Poisonous plants, animals and fungus sometimes resemble edible ones and they often grow side by side. Additionally, some edible organisms have deadly parts. It is the responsibility of the reader to identify and use correctly the edibles on this site.Harvesting and using edible plants, animals, and fungus is not an acceptable activity for children, and should only be undertaken by children with the assistance of an adult expert.

Despite thorough research the information on this site may be incorrect.  The author of this site assumes no responsibility for problems arising from the readers misidentification, misuse, or allergies of organisms presented on this site

Identification and use of wild plants, animals and fungus requires particular care and attention. Never eat anything unless you are absolutely sure that it is edible! The information on this site is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The author, publisher, and any of their counter parts, assume no responsibility whatsoever for any adverse effects encountered by the individual. Please harvest wild edibles at your own risk!



Honey Mushrooms, a Bittersweet Find

Note: Because Armillaria species are quite similar to some inedible “little brown mushrooms”, to include the highly toxic deadly galerina (Galerina marginata), and because they

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Morels: Worth the Effort!

The morel may be considered the queen of the wild mushrooms according to many North American mushroom foragers. It’s full of flavor, but can be

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