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Old 08-05-2020, 07:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm seeing large patches of yellow mushrooms about in every hardwood bottom I go to right now. Can anyone tell me if these are likely Chanterelles mushrooms? They are growing from the soil and not wood decay.

I assume if they are that you just cook them in butter like a portabella mushroom?
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Yes, they are LIKELY chanterelles. I probably wouldn't eat them until I'm sure.

And yeah, they're really good fresh. Not near as good preserved.
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Yes, they are LIKELY chanterelles. I probably wouldn't eat them until I'm sure.

And yeah, they're really good fresh. Not near as good preserved.
I have been watching and reading a great deal of material how to identify them from a couple of other similar looking mushrooms. Luckily, it doesn't seem the other two will severely hurt you; but I would still rather not find out.

I'm going to pick and eat some this weekend if I can identify them as positively chanterelles.

If I'm posting next week; you know it all turned out fine
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