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Hey guys. I need an answer soon on this one. I picked a whole bunch of Pan. Subbalteatus shrooms that were growing in rotting hay and cow manure. I've read from a source not to eat them if they are growing in manure. How come? Are there any alternatives besides making tea? I need an answer quick cause we're going to be eating them in a few hours. Someone please respond ASAP. Thanks alot!!!
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I havent heard anything about it being bad to eat em from dung. If you dont want to eat them try powdering them in a coffee grinder and putting them into gel-caps....works for me!
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