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I've just had a roam in a field and come buck with LOADS of mushrooms. But I'm really new to this so although I have an id book I'd love second opinions.

There are going to be lots of posts about this journey. So I'll call this
Number 1:
I found this in a field, its roughly 12-15cm across and I think its a parasol.
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28/10/2016
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Hey all.
I'm very very new to foraging, and not from the UK so everything's a huge learning curve.
Here are some pics of some mushrooms I didn't Eat (or even pick) but I believe they are porcelain fungus and are edible.
Im thinking next time I'm out to photograph all I see, and take a sample, keeping all in separately labeled containers for the purposes of practice identification.

Has anyone actually eaten one of these and are they any good?
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24/10/2016
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Fungi time of year again! 
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Using oarweed kelp instead of aluminium foil to wrap the Sunday roast. Tastes better and doesn't end up in landfill! #seaweed
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We used our nettle residue from making nettle cordial to make this wonderful nettle fruit leather
Nettle Recipe

Sting Nettle Fruit Leather is a fabulous way to introduce foraged Food to kids, and makes a delicious healthy snack on the go. Check out our original recipe!

http://craftinvaders.co.uk/recipes/stinging-nettle-apple-and-pear-fruit-leather/

#foraging #wildfood #nettle #recipe #healthy #fruit 
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Tester for the plantain salve, to check consistency is ok. 
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Steeping oil for plantain salve...

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Wild garlic is back up again. Here's the first pesto of the year spread on Bumble's homemade cheese biscuits topped with a pickled eggwrack conceptacle. #foraging #wildfood
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Kelp forest on the West Coast of Scotland just waiting to be foraged. #foraging #seaweed #wildfood
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The lovely cool waters and low spring tides are yielding some fabulous seaweed harvests at this time of year. From succulent tubular weed and pepper dulse (on the rock below) eaten straight out of the water, to thick sugar kelp cut into squares and fried into awesomely addictive crisps! 
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