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Discussion in 'Minnesota' started by tundraking, Jul 10, 2019.
Found another 3 hens to pick today and a bunch of small ones!
hay old elm just out of curiosity what type of trees do you find most of your hens by out there? I find most of mine by white oaks here in mn
not at all, working way too much.
That's a nice score! The few I've found were pretty dirty underneath. Very difficult to clean, but oh so tasty!
ok, I'm officially tired of cleaning lobsters.
filled my basket 2 times and could have done a 3rd!
I also found quite a few today. Do you know if the warmer temps are gonna kill them?
Nice!!! All on oaks??
No they will be fine the only thing that would shut them down now is if it gets to cold or stops raining and i dont think it will be a problem yet
Yes all on oaks both white and red oaks
Skunked again on hens, but found chants scattered and a hedgehog honey hole! And a strange specimen...
I went out for a quick lunchtime walk at one of my honey holes and finally found good numbers! Brought 4 out with me.
Good to hear. Thanks
Nice lookin hens tundra!
I go looking for hens, but all I see is boletes and lobsters as far as the eye can see. Did find some lions mane today!! Got my work cut out for me now!
How do you guys like to process your maitake for storage? I tend to cut up and freeze the stem and can the leaves in an herb wine brine. Do you like them better dried, frozen, canned? I was thinking about freezing in meal size packages this year. What do you guys like and why?
I just dehydrate mine because its easy i can fit allot in one bag and it doesnt take up freezer space plus they rehydrate well
What in the puffballnes might this be? xd thought it was a puffball from a distance.. more elongated then a puffball, with a cottage cheese texture lol. Any identification help would be appreciated!