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Discussion in 'Ohio' started by ksu_shroomer, Apr 18, 2019.
Those look nice. Enjoy the season too.
Jomacooso you finding many because my yellow spots here in Trumbull have produced 0 as of right now!
This spot in particular had about a dozen and a half or so of pretty big ones already. My newer spot has about the same amount but much smaller. Hope it dries up a bit and you find some.
Stark county today.
Thanks! I’ve been finding some real nice greys and blacks in Lake / Geauga county but haven’t seen any yellows yet. Will be looking in the morning.
On the board in mahoning county
All I found today in Carroll county. Anyone try one of these?
Lions mane: It's a good edible. You can saute it in butter & salt, soft or crispy. I'm preferring crispy on the outer edges nowadays.
Also known as a medicinal mushroom. I dry over half of what I find, then powder it and add it to cooked cereals, pancakes. I don't bother putting it into capsules, though I purchased it that way for years before harvesting it myself.
I harvest it at every opportunity
Thanks for the reply and the encouragement. I’ll keep hunting and enjoying every one I find.
Thanks for the information - I will definitely recruit my kids to help. Even when I don’t find a morel I always come home with a variety of other edibles, so I’ll continue the hunt and keep my eyes on the ground! Hope you have a great season.
First of the year for Wayne county.
Is this early for Lions mane?
Seek and ye shall find....
Never give up! Finally found a bunch in Portage County!
Good idea about the kids. Go on Google Images and show them lots of pics of morels! Helps train the brain to spot that particular shape. After hunting for so long without finding any, I was beginning to feel a lot of self doubt. Was I looking at them and just not seeing them? So I looked at lots of pictures. When I spotted that first one, there was no doubt about it! Good luck to you as well.
Trumbull. Also someone else got to my other spot before me
Great haul GoatMamma!!! Keep looking around. Don’t be afraid to knock on doors either. It really helps if you have private property to poke around on.
Congrats! Beautiful pictures are always enjoyable. Thanks.
TTT. If we don't keep these things current they get buried in the Chinese spam!