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  • Raw Vegan Candy Cap Mushroom Caramel Cheesecake by @cirqueduferments. Made with candy cap mushrooms foraged along the coast last week. She dehydrated them (swipe left) so that they could take on their maple smell and taste. Then, she started playing with dessert ideas, and voilà, this little sweetie emerged! Topped with candied candy cap caps (that’s fun to say 😏) and candied walnuts. #wildfoodlove #rawvegancheesecake  #lactariusrubidus #inseason
  • Raw Vegan Candy Cap Mushroom Caramel Cheesecake by @cirqueduferments. Made with candy cap mushrooms foraged along the coast last week. She dehydrated them (swipe left) so that they could take on their maple smell and taste. Then, she started playing with dessert ideas, and voilà, this little sweetie emerged! Topped with candied candy cap caps (that’s fun to say 😏) and candied walnuts. #wildfoodlove #rawvegancheesecake #lactariusrubidus #inseason
  • 6,182 165 5 February, 2019
  • When other edible fungi are fading, yellowfeet are out in full force filling our baskets. Sometimes also referred to as winter or funnel chanterelles, they can be light brown or orangish brown all over, or may have a yellow stalk and brown to dark brown cap. The dimpled cap is rolled under at first, then flattens out and becomes more trumpet shaped or wavy as the mushroom matures. The underside of the cap is usually light tan to ivory with branching vein like ridges, similar to golden chanterelles. The stipe can be tan or yellow, and is hollow. @la_nancydancy is going to be experimenting with different recipes and drying some for soups this winter. #wildfoodlove #craterellustubaeformis #mushroompicking
  • When other edible fungi are fading, yellowfeet are out in full force filling our baskets. Sometimes also referred to as winter or funnel chanterelles, they can be light brown or orangish brown all over, or may have a yellow stalk and brown to dark brown cap. The dimpled cap is rolled under at first, then flattens out and becomes more trumpet shaped or wavy as the mushroom matures. The underside of the cap is usually light tan to ivory with branching vein like ridges, similar to golden chanterelles. The stipe can be tan or yellow, and is hollow. @la_nancydancy is going to be experimenting with different recipes and drying some for soups this winter. #wildfoodlove #craterellustubaeformis #mushroompicking
  • 6,670 90 20 January, 2019

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  • Tuft village 💚
🔬Hypholoma capnoides
🇩🇰Gran-svovlhat
🇬🇧Conifer tuft
September 2018
  • Tuft village 💚
    🔬Hypholoma capnoides
    🇩🇰Gran-svovlhat
    🇬🇧Conifer tuft
    September 2018
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  • The woods are becoming alive once again 🥰
  • The woods are becoming alive once again 🥰
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  • Russula emetica / Holubinka vrhavka (nejedlá 🤮🤢🤮)
  • Russula emetica / Holubinka vrhavka (nejedlá 🤮🤢🤮)
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  • Calocera viscosa / Krásnorůžek lepkavý (nejedlý)
  • Calocera viscosa / Krásnorůžek lepkavý (nejedlý)
  • 161 3 21 February, 2019
  • Boletus edulis / Hřib smrkový (výborný jedlý)
  • Boletus edulis / Hřib smrkový (výborný jedlý)
  • 260 6 21 February, 2019
  • Amanita muscaria / Muchomůrka červená (jedovatá)
  • Amanita muscaria / Muchomůrka červená (jedovatá)
  • 174 2 21 February, 2019