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I cook. Just want to be sure they are safe?
Well you shouldn't trust anyone on the internet but.....the ones you have pictured are definitely
Morels, true morels. All the ones in your image are Morchella esculenta , AKA, Morchella esculentoides and currently called Morchella americana.
There are many places on the net that can verify your find.
It is good that you are skeptical, it is a very healthy attribute.
 

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Well you shouldn't trust anyone on the internet but.....the ones you have pictured are definitely
Morels, true morels. All the ones in your image are Morchella esculenta , AKA, Morchella esculentoides and currently called Morchella americana.
There are many places on the net that can verify your find.
It is good that you are skeptical, it is a very healthy attribute.
LOL..... Getting harder to keep up with the name changes!!! I guess we'll have this with a newer science and newer testing procedures DNA.
 

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I'm brand new to morels. Found these in my woods yesterday. Don't want to waste them but unsure about eating them. Does anyone want these? In return, I would like some education about morels and "false morels". Central NY 518-774-5105
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Are you nutz...lol. fry those bad boys up for an experience that your taste buds will never forget..;)
 

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Barnacle when you sun dry them you have to get them in a dehydrator for at least an hour until they are crisp. The most important is not to store in plastic get 1/2 gallons mason jars and use them must be in glass. I have morels that where done like this for 10 years and still good.
Thanks again trahn008, my plastic containers were definitely not air tight.
 
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