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How to Forage for Lion’s Mane

Lion’s mane is a rock-star in the mushroom foraging realm. It’s easy to spot, easy to cook, there are no poisonous look-a-likes to worry about, and has incredible nutritious and medicinal qualities! What more could you ask for? How to Forage for Lion’s Mane Lion’s mane (Hericium erinaceus) is also known as bearded tooth, satyr’s …

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Crown-Tipped Coral Mushrooms – Foraging, Cooking and Preserving

One of the most beautiful and easily-recognizable mushrooms that are just starting to appear in the woods nearby are crown-tipped Coral Mushrooms. Aptly named, coral mushrooms resemble common corals you would see off the coast. It is characterized by it’s soft tan or white color, crown-like tips, and the many, thin, branches, bunched together, between …

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