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Thanks for the recipes, that was my next question :) So far, I've only found the one morel, no more have popped up since. We've had a mild cold snap here for the past few days, so it will probably put things back on hold around here for a while. Hopefully I'll be filling baskets full soon. I know where there is 30,000 acres of public forest land that is burt every other year to keep the brush down, I deer hunt on the same land. Hopefully this land will prove to be rewarding, I've always noticed an abundance of mushrooms on this land, but have never visited there during spring. I'll probably head out that way this weekend, if nothing else I sight in my new Remington A-bolt :)
Lucky you! I've yet to find a morel in WA state. Last spring, a guy I ran into said there were two specimens growing near his trash burn-pile. We went there and nothing at all.
Have you heard of morel finds in South Puget Sound?
I've got my fingers crossed this year.-Levi7.
-------------------- suddenly a flaming stealth banana split the sky
like one would hope but never really expect
to see in a place like this.
Cutting right angle donuts on a dime
and stopping right at my Birkenstocks,
and me yelping...Holy fucking shit!