By Safeto Pick
Wandering the woods looking for mushrooms is one in all lifes nice pleasures.
But be cautious to select the precise ones! With fit to be eaten Mushrooms on your backpack, you ll understand to select merely the most secure, so much scrumptious chanterelles, cakes, morels, and more.
Author Barbro Forsberg offers 40 suitable for eating species, and divulges how, while, and the place to discover them-knowledge won over the process 4 many years spent mushrooming within the woods.
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On the cap we find some small, grainy granules and tufts along the edges. The pores have small, round openings and are cinnamon brown and softer on the larger mushrooms. The largest boletes are left as they are good for spreading the spores. It’s the smaller fruiting bodies with firmer flesh that are the best for taste and consistency. The chocolate-colored pore surface on the smallest mushrooms is usually hard enough to not have to be removed. The flesh of the Velvet Bolete has shades of orange and goes slightly blue.
Make sure your fingers are dry when removing the mushrooms from the jar and don’t stand too close to the steam from the pot. The mushrooms should be just covered by water and after roughly 15–30 minutes they are ready to use. You can also use the soaking liquid to add some flavor to your dish. Add a little at a time and taste it as you go; otherwise it can become too bitter. Two pounds of mushrooms (1 kg) is equivalent to approximately 3½ oz (100 g) of dried mushrooms. A mosquito net is ideal for drying mushrooms.
It does not lend itself to drying, as it will turn tough and bitter.