Mushrooms for soil
If you come help me scoop out seeds and visit garden my Legendary Blues Artist and you can have them for free. 2 baskets this full.
Wow these are the most unusual mushrooms I've seen to date since the Turkey tail.
I only grow fungus as soil nutrients for plants and trees and di not recommend eating any fungus. " When young it is an excellent edible mushroom provided that it is eaten soon after being collected (it keeps very badly because of the autodigestion of its gills and cap). If long-term storage is desired, microwaving, sauteing or simmering until limp will allow the mushrooms to be stored in a refrigerator for several days or frozen. Also, placing the mushrooms in a glass of ice water will delay the decomposition for a day or two so that one has time to incorporate them into a meal. Processing or icing must be done whether for eating or storage within four to six hours of harvest to prevent undesirable changes to the mushroom. The species is cultivated in China as food. The mushroom can sometimes be confused with the magpie fungus which is poisonous."