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Chanterelle

A Visual Guide to Mushrooms, from Abalone to Shiitake

There are far more types of mushrooms than what you usually find in your grocery store. Consider this a visual mushroom guide to our favorites, from abalone to shiitake. Mushrooms, the fruiting bodies...
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Where can I go (specifically) to forage for chanterelles?

seabee
by seabee 10 years ago

I am in the Seattle area and would love to start collecting my own mushrooms. Since i am not an experienced forager, i decided that it would be best to stick with chanterelles because they are not ...

Chanterelles - Bitter

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by jounipesonen 3 years ago

It's known - incl myself - that dried chanterelles shousoaked and water discarded - otherwise strong bitter taste. What has happened in the drying process because there isn't this phenomenon wit...

Wild, Wild Mushrooms . . . Gotta Cook Them Some Wayyy.

RhonelyInsanediego
by RhonelyInsanediego 4 years ago

Recently returned home from mushroom hunting high up in the Rocky Mountains (10,500 feet to 12,000 feet). In a couple of afternoons I gathered up 12 lbs of Chanterelles, 7 lbs King Boletes (aka Po...

Chanterelles

vikingkaj
by vikingkaj 4 years ago

Does anybody know if whole foods in NJ has the chanterelles yet for this year?

A mother lode of chaterelles! What would you do?

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by onrushpam 4 years ago

Daughter just called to say she found a mother lode of chaterelles while out running tonight. She described it as an "orange carpet"! She doesn't care much for fungi, but knows I love them. So, ...

What should I do with tons of chanterelles?

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by kkbriggs 12 years ago

We were a little overzealous on our foraging trip yesterday and now I have tons of gorgeous chanterelles awaiting me at home in my kitchen. First up is grilled ribeyes topped with sauteed chantere...

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