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maitake mushrooms, hen of the woods mushrooms. Foraged from a front yard oak stump in Jenkintown, Oct. 2014

Wild mushrooms: What to eat, what to avoid

maitake mushrooms, hen of the woods mushrooms. Foraged from a front yard oak stump in Jenkintown, Oct.

Maitake aka sheeps head aka hen of the woods. Recommended as one of the 5 easiest wild mushrooms to identify on Wild Foodism.

Grifola frondosa - Maitake aka sheeps head aka hen of the woods - Koppelokääpä. Recommended as one of the 5 easiest wild mushrooms to identify on Wild Foodism.

Laetiporus sulphureus *shelf-like, rubbery, sulphur yellow to orange, sometimes with bright orange tips. *older specimens become pale and brittle, chalk-like. flesh is white to yellow tinted, firm, softer towards the edges. *underside is characteristically white to bright yellow, with tiny pores instead of gills. has no stem. *grows in overlapping groups on logs, stumps, or wounds of trees. *appears in spring, summer, and fall. *has a mild taste and odor; cook before eating.

Wild Fall Edibles:Chicken Of The Woods (Laetiporus Sulphureus) in Ontario

A mature Geastrum saccatum, also known as the rounded earthstar, in Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia.

A mature Geastrum saccatum, also known as the rounded earthstar, in Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia. I found one in my garden in NOWRA NSW

Dutch John Wood Gasifier

16 Free Wood Gas Resources - The Self-Reliance Catalog

Foraging the Rocky Mountains: Finding, Identifying, And Preparing Edible Wild Foods In The Rockies - The Rocky Mountain region's diverse geography overflows with edible plant species. From salsify to pearly everlasting, currants to pine nuts, Foraging the Rocky Mountains guides you to 85 edible wild foods and healthful herbs of the region. This valuable reference guide will help you identify and appreciate the wild bounty of the Rocky Mountain states.

Encore -- Foraging the Rocky Mountains : finding, identifying, and preparing edible wild foods in the Rockies / Liz Brown Morgan.

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