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Wood Blewits are peaking right now, we are finding plenty and of all sizes.
For ID features you can see page 248 of the Foraging Pocket Guide or the mushroom guide on our website:
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My forage today, Blewits and Wood ears 😊
Yep, I have some on my allotment in the raspberry bed!
I see these couple of week's ago,,,wasn't sure if edible,,if I see again,,I'll pick some,,,brilliant thank you
Came across a ring of these beauties
I need another lockdown so I can have a little time to my self, doing the things I like. Full time dad & chef problems
I think foxes are eating anything good around here! 🦊 🙄
Yes! Found one at work today!!!
The prettiest of mushrooms 😍
What a pretty colour!
That's what name I was trying to remember,we used to call them blue stalks
Been picking them 50 years.. Just started our season in Leicestershire...
Looks Halloweeny 😀
I see a lot of them around work..
first for me yesterday Lou Maybee
Pascal Jè Von
Winter Chanterelles reaching their full size 😋
And as the main Autumn season slowly comes to an end, Winter Chanterelles mature to full size and full flavour. These are one of the tastiest wild mushrooms and a highlight of the foraging year.
As always makes sure to inspect every mushroom and check for their features.
You can find out more on our online mushroom guide:
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Picked a good few of these mushrooms yesterday with my 4 year old son who loves foraging. Picked some wood sorrel (which my son eats more than he puts in the basket) and a handful of sweet chestnuts 🌰 that the squirrels had missed too. These mushrooms chopped and fried in oil, garlic, salt, pepper and thyme and then with butter melted in to make a creamy toast topping is just the best 👌😋👍
Happy foraging to you too x
I was thinking of you today Chantra, The Lord Mayors show was on T.V. I can remember you posting pictures when you went to see it. Hope you and the boys are all quite well, and thinks are running smoothly for you. xx
Folds, not gills. Hollow stem. Yellow legs! I know this thanks to this website! Thank you!!
Martin Collier this is the guy I follow on YouTube etc, amazing!
Had a browse down your guide to find *points at pic* but can't figure it out. Suggestions?
Kelly Hollis Karen Harman-Clough
Mushroom meddley casually found along the edges of someone's field, about to be cooked in their own garden.
I remember that we struggled to leave the garden on this one since there were so many interesting plants to talk about in there, but I knew there was plenty of interesting things in the fields to discover.
People are often surprised with how much tasty wild food they can have spontaneously growing on their land.
Likewise for your local park or nearest green space.
Happy foraging 🍄☘️
Olive wood chopping board available at:
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Hi. When do you announce courses for next year please. I don't want miss it again. Thanks
Clouded agarics forming a giant fairy ring that went on even further at one of our venues today. ... See MoreSee Less
Wild food uk .do u recommend eating these mushrooms ive eaten them and had no effect on me