There are a lot of wild mushrooms that are considered inedible and even toxic. But a few may be lethal if consumed in sufficient quantities–and
The days grow shorter, and the weather chillier. While fall is often seen as mushroom hunting prime time, winter is a less appealing time to
When you see evergreen trees is your first thought to consume them? Probably not. However, you may want to reconsider as pine needles are
Chanterelles are among the most prized of wild edible mushrooms. Their rich flavor and texture make them versatile additions to recipes, either as a side
It’s a beautiful fall day, and you’re walking through the woods looking for edible mushrooms. As you come across one of your favorite “secret spots”,
Walk around clearings, forest roads, and even gravel driveways in fall, and you might just run across the orange peel fungus (Aleuria aurantia). It
Would an entry on wild grapes be created? I know, that wild grapes grow along the River Raisin in southeastern Michigan (where I grew up, even though I was unaware of that fact until I was about 18). I read, also, that wild grapes grow somewhere in Texas, if I recall accurately.
I ask this question because the contact us page seems spotty.
(P.S. What about edible plants in, say, Idaho State and its neighbors? I have a cookbook Cooking with Wild Berries & Fruits of the Rocky Mountain States by Teresa Marrone. Don’t forget making an entry for white mulberries!)
Thanks for letting me know about my contact page. I did an update and the contact form deactivated. I wasn’t aware of it until I read your message, so thanks again. I agree with you that I should do an entry on wild grapes and red and white mulberries. I have grapes on my to do list already, I’ll add wild mulberries. Thanks again for the input.