Cauliflower Mushrooms

Food — By Crust on December 3, 2009

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These mushrooms are very beautiful because they are so fragrant. They smell like moss, and lavender with a slight hint of pine. A lot of pine needles fall out of them when you are cleaning them, because they are from the real forest. I constantly sneak big whiffs of them on line.

2 Comments

  1. Mum says:

    They look like they would be hard to clean. What do you serve them with?

  2. Douglas T. says:

    My favert eating ‘shroom is one we collect on rare occasions in the Spruce/Aspen forest. It’s a snow-white Choral Fungus. You can find masses of twenty pounds or more on the sides of fallen logs..usually during or after a rain. It never gets wormy like the others.. You fry it up and it breaks up into tender filaments and you’d swear you are eating crab meat..same texture, flovor, everything.

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