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Bay Boletes in Hocking County - SE Ohio.

I went to get spring water in Hocking County on Wednesday.

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Within 100 feet of the spring I found a half dozen Bay Bolete mushrooms. These are edible, but the bugs find them fast so I rarely get them in a good enough condition that I'll choose to eat them.

I did the taste test to see if they were the 'Bitter Boletes' by touching the underside to my tongue. No bitter taste. I have a difficult time keeping them separate - without the "tongue test".

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So o o, I may soon get out in Central OH to a faveorite spot for boletes and see it they want to greet me!! We've been good on rain here in central OH. The high heat typically means just 1 day or 2 day window of availability for good quality

Happy mushroom hunting everyone. 馃槑 馃尀
 

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Reishi should be great in SE OH right now. Perhaps I'll get down there even though I don't need any more for my making of medicinal Reishi Mushroom Extract. It's just great to be in the woods after abundant rains give an "Alli, Alli - in - Free" call to all the shrooms! I could see from my water run that it is the case right now.

Won't be long before the Chanterelles start - July.

(y) Happy hunting to all! 馃槑
 
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