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Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat?
    #26062697 - 06/20/19 12:03 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Hi all who read.
I'm a seasoned hunter, however this year is the first time I cut the stems from the caps on a bunch of P. Subs and left them to spore print for a 2-3 days in a cold garage. There is a small amount of white fuzz/mould on the ends of the stems where I cut, would this stuff be safe to consume in this quantity?



Ideally I would have dehydrated after ~8-12 hours of getting a light spore print, but I wanted heavy spore collection to spread around my garden. Beautiful thick spore prints:



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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Anarkiz]
    #26062860 - 06/20/19 02:43 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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I have a sneaking suspicion that they're trying to grow more subs, rather than being mouldy.


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Dunedinite]
    #26062863 - 06/20/19 02:45 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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I have a sneaking suspicion that they're trying to grow more subs, rather than being mouldy.




Yes. It would be best to plant them in woodchips or suitable substrate.


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: OOISI]
    #26062908 - 06/20/19 03:21 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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Yes. It would be best to plant them in woodchips or suitable substrate.




Oh woah I didn't know transplanting mushrooms was possible. So the stem is essentially growing mycelium? and the theory is this would then spread back into the growing medium?

If it's not mould I will just dry with the caps. I prefer the feelings gained from consuming the stems along with the caps.


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Anarkiz]
    #26062954 - 06/20/19 04:05 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

How about snipping 5mm off the base of each stem with the growing mycelium to plant and keeping the rest to include with your caps for eating ??


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Zifozonke]
    #26063035 - 06/20/19 06:32 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

lmfao, yeah thats very likely whats happening. here check this video out:


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Anarkiz]
    #26064133 - 06/20/19 06:51 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Sweet as! Thanks all for the input, learnt something today! will go and replant the end bits from the stems. Awesome vid thanks shroomsondeck  :nyan:


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Dunedinite]
    #26064543 - 06/20/19 10:21 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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I have a sneaking suspicion that they're trying to grow more subs, rather than being mouldy.




Yeah. That’s not mold. That is new mycelium growing. Stem butts will get a little fuzzy if they aren’t dried out quickly.


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Anarkiz]
    #26064603 - 06/20/19 10:57 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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Yes. It would be best to plant them in woodchips or suitable substrate.




Oh woah I didn't know transplanting mushrooms was possible. So the stem is essentially growing mycelium? and the theory is this would then spread back into the growing medium?

If it's not mould I will just dry with the caps. I prefer the feelings gained from consuming the stems along with the caps.




Yep, i didnt know it was possible till i saw olive do it.
https://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/14553921/fpart/1/vc/1#14673658

Zifozonke's suggestion seems like a win-win situation.


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: OOISI]
    #26064653 - 06/20/19 11:35 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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OOISI said:
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Anarkiz said:
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Yes. It would be best to plant them in woodchips or suitable substrate.




Oh woah I didn't know transplanting mushrooms was possible. So the stem is essentially growing mycelium? and the theory is this would then spread back into the growing medium?

If it's not mould I will just dry with the caps. I prefer the feelings gained from consuming the stems along with the caps.




Yep, i didnt know it was possible till i saw olive do it.
https://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/14553921/fpart/1/vc/1#14673658

Zifozonke's suggestion seems like a win-win situation.




Olive's work is what got me started on cultivation in the first place. By far the easiest form of.

1 month of growth for me looks like this:

And that's with accidentally half-cooking it all halfway through :blush:


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Dunedinite]
    #26064715 - 06/21/19 12:31 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Fascinating stuff! Referring to OOISI's link, I think that's where this lot originated from in the first place, by me burring a sheet of spore prints in the garden several years ago which I forgot about until this week :awesome:

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1 month of growth for me looks like this:

And that's with accidentally half-cooking it all halfway through :blush:



that mycelium growth looks freaky! interesting looking project, what's the substrate?


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Re: Mould after cutting and air drying. Safe to eat? [Re: Anarkiz]
    #26064776 - 06/21/19 01:31 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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Anarkiz said:
Fascinating stuff! Referring to OOISI's link, I think that's where this lot originated from in the first place, by me burring a sheet of spore prints in the garden several years ago which I forgot about until this week :awesome:

Quote:


1 month of growth for me looks like this:

And that's with accidentally half-cooking it all halfway through :blush:



that mycelium growth looks freaky! interesting looking project, what's the substrate?




Corrugated cardboard. Literally cut a box up, dampen so the layers come apart, place one layer in the bottom of a takeaway container, place stem on the cardboard, place another layer on top, put lid on.


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