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Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals?
    #1807798 - 08/13/03 12:23 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

What other common edibles are in NC besides morels and corals?


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Re: Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals? [Re: Abracadabra]
    #1808544 - 08/13/03 09:42 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

You should have most of the common edible mushrooms.

Start with easy to identify species such as Oyster Mushrooms, which can be found growing on logs and stumps up until it freezes.

Here's a short list of easy to identify edibles that should be available.

Chanterelles (many species, all edible and choice)
Lobster Mushroom
<I>Agaricus campestris</I>
<I>Agaricus arvensis</I>
<I>Lepiota rachodes</I>
<I>Lepiota americana</I>
<I>Lepiota procera</I>
<I>Coprinus comatus</I> (Shaggy Manes)
<I>Coprinus micaceus</I>
<I>Marasmius oreades</I>
<I>Clitocybe nuda</I> (Blewit)
<I>Lactarius deliciosus</I> and similar species (Orange Latex Milky)
<I>Flammulina velutipes</I> (Enokitake)
<I>Armillaria mellea</I> and relatives (Honey Mushrooms)
<I>Pleurotus ostreatus</I> and relatives (Oyster Mushrooms)
<I>Boletus edulis</I> (King Bolete)
<I>Boletus albisulphureus</I>
<I>Boletus bicolor</I>
Gyroporus species
<I>Hydnum repandum</I>
Hericium species
<I>Sparassis spathulata</I> (Cauliflower Mushroom)
<I>Grifola frondosa</I> (Hen of the Woods)
Puffballs
Morels (spring only)


Every one of those mushrooms is presented in Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America (and that's not all there are in the book).

Good luck and Happy mushrooming!


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Re: Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals? [Re: ToxicMan]
    #1808547 - 08/13/03 09:43 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

I hate it when I use the quick reply and forget and use HTML anyway!


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Re: Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals? [Re: ToxicMan]
    #1808680 - 08/13/03 11:01 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

F. Velutipes is also a spring 'shroom. It will appear before morels.


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Re: Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals? [Re: YidakiMan]
    #1808942 - 08/13/03 12:41 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Flammulina velutipes is an all-year mushroom. It's available now if I choose to hunt it. I only mentioned spring for the morels because that's the only time they're around.

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Re: Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals? [Re: ToxicMan]
    #1809738 - 08/13/03 04:19 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

I didn't realize that it grew all summer. I do know; however, that it will appear in the spring before the morels.


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Re: Common edibles in NC besides morels and corals? [Re: YidakiMan]
    #1809817 - 08/13/03 04:34 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

It'll definitely be up before the morels.

Here in Colorado it's sometimes referred to as the Winter Mushroom, because it's one of the few mushrooms that can even be found in midwinter (during a warm spell).


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