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27 Wild Edible Mushrooms & Identifying Features
Find out what summer wild mushrooms you can eat & how to identify them. Introduced in this video are: Oyster mushroom. Pleurotus pulmonarius, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzQRGS7e2B4. Common chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZqLBi6mHrQ American caesar's, Amanita jacksonii,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTHJizinRyQ Berkeley's polypore. Bondarzewia berkeleyi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4RXjlx3VLY Suillus granulatus Chicken fat bolete. Suillus americanus Chestnut bolete, Gyroporus castaneus Gilled bolete, Phylloporus rhodoxanthus Old man of the woods, Strobilomyces strobilaceus Apple bolete, Exsudoporus frostii Witches butter, Tremella mesenterica Club fungi, Clavaria vermicularis Black trumpet, Craterellus fallax Smooth chanterelle, Cantharellus lateritius Cinnabar chanterelle, Cantharellus cinnabarinus Teeny tiny chanterelle, Cantharellus minor Quilted green russula, russula crustosa Weeping milk cap, Lactifluus volumes Common parasol, Macrolepiota procera Chicken of the woods, Laetiporus cincinnatus Black-staining polypore, Meripilus sumstinei Beefsteak polypore, fistulina hepatica Laccaria ochropurpurea Scaly hedgehog mushroom, Sarcodon imbricatus Ringless honey mushroom, Armillaria tabescens Turkey tail, Trametes versicolor Reishi, Ganoderma tsugae & sessile Want to know more about wild edible mushrooms? Check out this link below. Wild Edible Mushrooms in Maryland and Virginia: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSAF2IFc7dBR5q8uo4BufUur8pZ4j-nzf Want to know more about wild mushrooms recipes? Check out this link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfG2BrEwc7s&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBReRhHttlKYLbZeDS0a-IL0 ------------------------------- Video Playlists: Wild Mushroom Identification: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uV1JHniMPS4&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBSTIdrSEcqUxNWpLZHRM6BY Wild Mushroom Hunting & Tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqYbywkfcV0&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBQcrIVvV1Y5SZPe4cYSWSbJ Wild Mushroom You Can Eat Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdreTXKG9P8&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBSNMWt9uGK2k3kTfydsAw3v Wild Mushroom Recipes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfG2BrEwc7s&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBReRhHttlKYLbZeDS0a-IL0 Wild Fruits and Plants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzYHncmE7ZY&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBSFlfUxXy1Q22zUoFA2Vdts All about Chanterelles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZqLBi6mHrQ&list=PLSAF2IFc7dBQPnKwOx75xhrdNuTekk66J ------------------------- About this channel: I am a wild mushroom lover and this channel is about me and my wife identifying, collecting, cooking and sometimes preserving wild mushrooms. I've tasted nearly fifty different species of wild mushrooms in Northeast America so far, and I would like to extend my list and to share with you my adventures of nature exploring. If you like my videos, please SUBSCRIBE and share with friends to make the channel grow! ---------------------------- Be cautious & always refer to multiple reliable sources before consuming any wild edibles!
Views: 7842 Old Man of the Woods
Parasol Mushrooms (Macrolepiota procera)  and Fungi Perfecti Mushroom Tribe
Paul Stamets and life-partner Dusty Yao share their delicious, giant Parasol mushroom (Macrolepiota procera) patch with their teammates at Starship FP (www.fungi.com). We inoculated a thatch ant mound with one gallon of pure cultured spawn by mixing the mycelium into their mound. The ants were initially disturbed but then quickly rebuilt their nest incorporating the Macrolepiota procera mycelium into its structure. The next year a few Parasol mushrooms sprouted. In the years subsequently, several hundred giant mushrooms appeared. Attine ants started cultivating Parasol mushroom mycelium more than 25,000,000 years ago as part of their 'host defense' against disease. The Parasol mycelium pre-selects a bacterium (actually an actinomyces) which, in turn, produces an anti-fungal antibiotic that prevents fungal pathogens from infecting the ant colony. Perhaps there is a lesson for humans here? By pairing with select mushrooms, we can prevent disease. Who knew ? (Answer: Ants !)
Views: 19561 Paul Stamets
Chicken Of The Woods, Laetiporus sulphureus, Sulphur shelf
How to identify Chicken Of The Woods, Laetiporus sulphureus, the Sulphur Shelf. Edible wild mushrooms. Wild Food UK
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Identifying the Semi Free Morel, Morchella semilibera
Identifying the Semi Free Morel, Morchella semilibera, edible when cooked.
Views: 3623 Wild Food UK
Poisonous Yard Mushroom: The Green-spored Parasol
The Green-Spored Parasol mushroom, Latin name Chlorophyllum molybdites, is responsible for many mushroom poisonings in the United States. David Arora, in his seminal work Mushrooms Demystified, claims that this mushroom causes more poisonings than any other species that grows in the U.S., and Dr. Michael Beug, a highly respected mycologist from Washington state, wrote a paper about mushroom poisoning and concluded that Green-Spored Parasols are indeed the cause of more poisonings than other North American fungi. Arora maintains this is largely because the Green-Spored Parasol is a common terrestrial species that grows abundantly in lawns, gardens, and other places where they’re tempting to people who would not normally hunt for edible fungi.
Views: 125598 Mushrooms of the World
Identifying the Horse Mushroom, Agaricus arvensis
The Horse Mushroom, One of the tastiest Agaricus mushrooms in the UK
Views: 5725 Wild Food UK
Saffron Milkcap (Lactarius deliciousus) [Filmed Sept 2015]
In this video we look at the saffron milkcap.
Views: 2750 Ashley Mills
Amanita muscaria, The Fly Agaric
Identifying the Fly Agaric, Amanita muscaria
Views: 45185 Wild Food UK
Identifying the Chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius, Golden Chanterelle, Girolle
Identifying Cantharellus cibarius, commonly known as the chanterelle, golden chanterelle or girolle.
Views: 21513 Wild Food UK
Urban Foraging For Fairy Ring and Horse Mushrooms
A quick Saturday forage on roadside verges for Fairy Ring Mushrooms and Horse Mushrooms
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Wild edible shaggy parasol the mushroom that taste like steak!
Shaggy parasol wild edible mushroom. How to id and be 100 percent certain.
Views: 5779 hibbys homestead
The Agaric mushroom family, The Horse Mushroom
Agaricus Arvensis. The Horse Mushroom, and how to identify edible Agarics, www.wildfooduk.com
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How To Spot The World's Deadliest Mushroom
The death cap is the deadliest of the mushroom family and could lead to death if consumed by humans. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
Views: 9616 Business Insider
Identifying The Velvet Shank, Flammulina velutipes, Edible wild mushrooms.
How to identify the velvet shank, Flammulina velutipes a very tasty winter mushroom in the UK, and the wild ancestor of the Enoketaki mushroom.
Views: 5548 Wild Food UK
Mushroom Identification & Foraging Oysters - GardenFork Cooks
Oyster Mushroom hunting yields a tree full. Watch all our mushroom hunting vids: https://goo.gl/o3Ycvz We talk about mushroom identification, the identification books we like, and proper mushroom foraging methods. Mushroom hunting for beginners starts with a good ID book, get the Audubon Mushroom Guide Here: http://www.gardenfork.tv/mushroomguidebook When foraging for mushrooms, be sure you identify them properly. Take a class or go foraging with and experienced person. Use two or more identification books to double check the edibility of your harvest. Watch us forage and cook mushrooms here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xz1Fz2f5KxM&list=PLK9GxIRaLC5Vt-O2sOjXpoR3dLZzPHwHC&index=6 Support GardenFork while shopping on Amazon, start here: http://gardenfork.tv/amazon Get our Email News: http://www.gardenfork.tv/sign-up-for-our-email-newsletter Twitter: http://twitter.com/gardenforktv Facebook: http://facebook.com/gardenfork Google+: https://plus.google.com/+gardenfork/ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/gardenforktv/ More great DIY, Cooking, Gardening, Home Improvement, Urban Homesteading videos and info on our site: http://GardenFork.TV Amazon and some other links are affiliate links, we get a small finder's fee for referring purchasers to their sites. Its part of how we pay for producing GardenFork Produced by GardenFork Media LLC ©2015 all rights reserved All embeds must live link to www.GardenFork.TV or www.YouTube.com/GardenFork No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees. In other words, ask first, we will probably say yes. Email: [email protected] Music: Happy Hour, Composed by Dale Herr (ASCAP) , Toast Factory Publishing (ASCAP) Recording Licensed from the UniqueTracks Production Music Library Inc.
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Foraging Parasol mushroom
Wild Man Steve Brill Talking about Parasol Mushrooms
Views: 2226 the3foragers
Italian Fried Mushrooms Recipe - From Gary's Italian Kitchen
A recipe for fried Italian mushrooms made with special Italain bread crumbs and cheese egg dip. See this and more at http://www.italian-recipes-blog.com/fried-italian-mushrooms/ . Come and add your recipes for Italain food.
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Berkley's Polypore
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Carvesting Meadow Mushrooms and Cooking with Mike Weese
Chilling with Medicine Tribe Mike Weese from Mushroom Life!
Views: 411 Apex Grower
2 high protein, vegetarian delicious ways of cooking (Parasol-) Mushrooms | Yummy
These are my favourite mushroom recipes. It´s quick and easy to cook. Parasol is a high-protein mushroom and it is has a delicious taste/flavour. You can perfectly choose this mushroom instead of meat for Your meal. So I hope You enjoyed watching this video and please leave me a comment below and don´t forget to subscribe. Music by Ryan Little - Moana https://soundcloud.com/iamryanlittle https://www.youtube.com/user/TheR4C2010/about
Views: 128 Bencho
Grey Oyster Mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus Identification.
Grey Oyster Mushroom Identification and Uses. Wild Food UK
Views: 4674 Wild Food UK
Intro to Alaskan mushrooms
Take a stroll through the Alaskan forest with us and see the wonders it has to offer. Our host is Bill White, an expert mushroom hunter and a passionate amateur mycologist who has been a member of the FFSC (Fungus Federation of Santa Cruz) for almost 40 years. He will introduce a few species of mushrooms common to North America and Alaska, such as Boletus edulis, Birch bolete (Leccinum scabrum), Gypsy mushroom (Cortinarius caperatus), and Lion's Mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) as well as others.
Views: 33856 AmazingPlanet4U
PERFECT BURGER| 25CM | The Ultimate Cheese Burger
PERFECT BURGER| 25CM | The Ultimate Cheese Burger Here's your guide to making the perfect burger. Thank you for watching and don't remember to subscribe! Ingredients: Eggs Milk Yeast Olive oil Salt Sugar Flour Onion Chilli Macrolepiota procera Meat Black pepper, cumin, salt Olive oil Cheddar Cheese Maasdam Cheese Mozzarella KOBLINI Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KOBLINI KOBLINI instagram : _koblini TAGS* food, street food, best street food, hashimaki, cuisine,burger, cook, how to cook, how to cook a burger, cheese burger, best burger, best cheese burger,stone cooking,stone fried,primitiveskills,primitive food,primitive food cooking,primitive technology food,village foods,country foods
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Der Schwefelporling
#Outdoorküche #Baumpilz #Nahrung
Views: 1564 natUR- instinkte
Agaricus bitorquis, Huge mushroom. The Pavement Mushroom, edible mushrooms, Wild Food
A huge example of the Agaricus bitorquis. The Pavement Mushroom, The Spring Agaric. It Smells Very Mushroomy, and blushes redish brown when cut.
Views: 4486 Wild Food UK
Common Oyster Mushroom Identification help!
please comment, would LOVE for these to be positively identified!
Views: 68 Dan R
Shaggy Ink Cap, Judges wig, Lawyers Wig, Coprinus comatus. Tasty Mushrooms
One of the tastiest wild mushrooms, The Shaggy Ink Cap. Which you can also make ink out of :)
Views: 11324 Wild Food UK
A few examples of edible mushrooms
Edible mushrooms collected while hiking in N. E. Kansas.
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Cleaning slippery jacks, suillus luteus
This is a visual tutorial of cleaning slippery jacks (suillus luteus) for cooking. The caps and stems need to be peeled.
Views: 10532 Alan Bergo
Mushroom Trekkers - Beefsteak Fungus
A forage down Epping Forest results in a Beefsteak Fungus fry up. WARNING don't try this recipe at home!
Views: 7107 grandboucheguitar
Трутовик серно-жёлтый. Как выглядит старый трутовик серно-жёлтый (Laetiporus sulphureus) ТСЖ на дубе
Трутовик серно-жёлтый (Laetiporus sulphureus). Как выглядит старый трутовик серно-жёлтый. ТСЖ на дубе Рецепты из ТСЖ в моём блоге. Паштет: http://o-gribah-svoimi-slovami.blogspot.com/2017/06/blog-post.html
The Secret Mushroom Garden
Fantasy Mushrooms and Music
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Horse Mushroom
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Views: 238 Jeremy Linfield
Wood Blewits Field Blewits and Clouded Agarics.
Lepista nuda, the wood blewit, Lepista saeva, the field blewit, The Clouded Agaric, Clitocybe nebularis. Gourmet mushrooms, and one for the brave.
Views: 11130 Wild Food UK
Tradd finds some enokis (flamulina velutipes) right around morel picking time. Also called Velvet Foot. When you buy them at the stopre they look nothing like they do in the nature. This is because they are grown in high carbon dioxide.
Views: 2389 sporeprints
Discovering - Fall Mushrooms, Giant Sunflower contest
Another visit with Sara Thoune, this time for a look at Fall mushrooms. Giant sunflower contest designed to help get kids interested in gardening.
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Yellow Witches Butter
Tradd finds yellow witches' butter growing on a tree in the woods.
Views: 1933 sporeprints
Dr Larry Grand - Cortinarius, Example of a mycorrhizal mushroom
This video is about Dr Larry Grand - Cortinarius, Example of a mycorrhizal mushroom
Views: 406 Bryan Cody
Parasol mushrooms
This is one from the early Autumn on the terrace. If there's one thing that doesn't fly on youtube it's anything to do with gardens or gardening videos, but despite that, here I go uploading another one. Will I ever learn? Maybe in 2008, but it's still 2007 now, and I gotta upload off my material or just dump it, and I thought someone out there might, by some odd chance, take an interest in these fine fungi. By the way, I say, I say, I say: why did the parasol mushroom get invited to all the best parties? Because he was a "fun guy" to be with!
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Front Yard Mushroom
What could it be? Lower Hudson Valley, New York. USDA zone 5-6.
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Quick Tip #14 - How To Cut a Mushroom
http://houseofknives.ca - In one of our previous quick tips videos, we showed you how to prep your mushrooms for the best possible cutting experience. So what's next? Andre shows us the top three techniques which includes halfing, quartering and slicing a mushroom. If you missed our mushroom prep quick tip you can check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QokhlYHDYY Products featured: Wusthof Classic Uber 8" Chef's Knife - http://houseofknives.ca/wusthof-classic-uber-chef-8-limited-edition-4583-20/ CUISIPRO CUT RESISTANT GLOVE (74-7329) http://houseofknives.ca/cuisipro-cut-resistant-glove-74-7329/ KÜSSI CHOP & GRIP CUTTING 4 PIECE MAT SET - LARGE (6322) http://houseofknives.ca/kussi-chop-grip-cutting-4-piece-mat-set-large-6322/ KÜSSI BAMBOO BOARD - 3 LAYER - 35CM X 25CM (59602) http://houseofknives.ca/kussi-bamboo-board-3-layer-35cm-x-25cm-59602/ Check us out on social media! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HouseOfKnives... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/houseofknives Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/houseofknives Don't forget to like, comment and subscribe for more videos!
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Lionsmane - Hericium erinaceus - part 1
Tradd and his parents score a nice lionsmane in Clemson, South Carolina
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Parasol Mushroom
Wild edible Parasol mushroom
Views: 11420 Chris Matherly
Hunting Gypsy Mushrooms (Cortinarius caperatus = Rozites caperata) in the Cascades
Hunting Gypsy Mushrooms (Cortinarius caperatus = Rozites caperata) in the Cascades
Views: 9949 Paul Stamets
The Butter Bolete, Butyriboletus appendiculatus, Boletus appendiculatus.
How to identify the Butter Bolete, Butyriboletus appendiculatus, Boletus appendiculatus in Herefordshire.
Views: 4919 Wild Food UK
Edible Mushroom Pheasant Back
Views: 1847 Phon Singvongsa
St. George's Mushroom: A Comprehensive Guide + Spore Prints
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Mushroom Hunters | Foraging for Chantrelle mushrooms.
Don't forget to check out the WTV Facebook group! More in depth articles, discussions and videos. Go here and hit 'like' to stay updated. https://www.facebook.com/wildcraftertv Mushroom Hunters | Foraging for Chantrelle mushrooms. A peek into the lives of 2 mushroom foraging veterans and what motivates them. Some great stories and interesting research on whether mushroom hunting causes any damage to the forest ecosystem. This is a great piece from High Country news. You can find more stories about wild food, the environment and the natural world at the links below: http://www.hcn.org/articles/foraging-for-fungi-in-the-pacific-northwest https://www.youtube.com/user/highcountrynews DO NOT PICK MUSHROOMS UNLESS YOU ARE 100% CERTAIN YOU CAN IDENTIFY IT. CONSULT WITH AN EXPERT BEFORE GOING MUSHROOM HUNTING. Molly Widmer spends almost every fall weekend in the woods with her eyes trained to the ground. The botanist hunts wild and edible mushrooms near her home in Eugene Oregon. Mushrooming is the best hobby you could think of. "You come home with wood, as far as we know you're not harming anything, there's a hilarity and a real joy to it. Its a lot like little kids looking for easter eggs. The chantrels are one of the most amazing things. They were really really heavy. Everywhere we went they were very bountiful crop around here." Edible mushrooms like chanterelles, truffles and porcinis all benefit from big water years. Most of the fungus grows below ground attached to tree routes. The word mycorrhizal when talking about certain mushrooms literally means fungus root. The fungus helps soak up rain and funnel it to their host trees and the growing trees provide them a starch in return. In rainy years both the tree and the fungus do better so you get more mushrooms. Toby Este is a professional picker who spends at least 3 days per week in the forest. The season for commercial mushrooms can last until the last frosts. Este loves what he does "I'm alone in the woods from the time to sun comes up until the sun comes down. There's no way to beat that as far as productivity goes.” Este sells his mushrooms locally. But other pickers bring their harvest to commercial buyers. The mushrooms can end up in restraints and grocery stores around the country. Some mushrooms travel as far as Japan. So does all this harvesting take a toll on the forest ecosystem? Molly doesn't think so. She likens a mushroom growing out of the ground to an apple on a tree. "The mycorrhizal strands below ground are like tree branches. The fruit is an ephemeral body that's sent out into the world to put its spores or seeds out into the world and to some extent its meant to be eaten or decomposed and the lack of it doesn't hurt the mycelium." The Oregon mycological society of portland has been studying the effects of harvesting wild mushrooms compared to leaving them in the ground. So far the 20 years experiment has shown that harvested plants are dong as well or even beter than the mushroom plots that are left alone. That's good news for pickers both commercial and recreational and of course, for the many more westerners who enjoy mushrooms on their plate as much as in the forest. More info on Chanterelle mushrooms and mushroom hunters. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chanterelle http://www.indexfungorum.org/Names/NamesRecord.asp?RecordID=200345 http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/chanterelle_mushrooms http://www.mushroomexpert.com/cantharellus_cibarius.html http://inhabitat.com/video-how-to-find-and-cook-delicious-chanterelle-mushrooms-in-a-forest-near-you/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbCYtW-fZl4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbCYtW-fZl4
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