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As we approach the close of the mushrooming season, I'm looking to put up some 'shrooms for the winter. Personally, I have some methods I'm familiar with, but have heard of others I haven't tried for species I'm familiar with, and I have a few species that are new to me this year that I'd like to try and learn to preserve. Anyone else care to share tips by species?
 

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Thanks for the link, I will check it out! I'm hoping to put up aborted entolomas this year-I usually just eat them up, but I'd like to have some for the winter. Yum! Ever deal with those?
I know, I'm fairly new to this site so I can't sway exactly what it's looked like in the past. But, it does appear there isn't much about summer 'shrooms. I had great luck with morels this year-never have in the past-but not great now that it's gotten so dry. I've had a few oysters, chicken, hedgehogs, pheasant's backs, couple corals, boletes, and a very small number of chants. Have had ok luck with other edibles: blue berries, red and black raspberries, blackberries, lamb's quarters out my ears (lol!), watching the milkweed for pods...
How's the luck where you are? Hope you are having a fruitful season so far :)
 

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Thanks Jack and iland99! I don't know how I missed your replies last fall, but I guess better late than never. Excellent tips, thank you, I will put them to use this year. Getting excited for the season? :-D
 
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