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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by Luther's Feist, Aug 28, 2021.
no wood. dug the ground up under the root. guess i'll toss it.. better to be safe.
I ate one boletus bicolor this year. Not much reason to eat them when I had pans full of chanterelles and oysters. I was hoping to find a king bolete but as it turns out they are a conifer forest thing.
I tried chickens in the woods again this year and I still find them to be bland in taste and texture and will probably only eat them in the future if I'm starving.
I would like to try some hens in the woods.
I think that those may be chickens in the woods (laetiporus sulphureus), just in a less characteristic form.
I think those are old chickens. They fade as they get old. Or it might just be a weird color variation.
Bland, crumbly, and maybe a little chaulky, hoping i find younger ones to try.
This was small, i think i took a pic and forgot to take it lol
I did the crown corral thing back on July 11.
I just found this glowing review a minute ago from the forager chef
First of all, these are ok to eat, but honestly they’re not going to blow your mind.
Most foragers say don't waste or time with this potential gastrological distresser.
Older chicken of woods as others have said.
I found a real nice hen last year but I was about a mile from truck and had nothing to carry it in
Are they up there (taste wise) with morels chanterelles or oysters?
Have you located morels or lions mane on your property yet?
IDK. Never had one. This was first one I’ve seen.
Lions mane is another I’ve yet to find.
Found this one last yr about 10' up maple
I find morels no lions mane. Brody found one.