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These 10 entry-level wild edible mushrooms are quite common. Some are very delicious! Location: Greater DC Area List of mushrooms discussed: Wine Cap mushroom (Stropharia rugosoannulata), good edible Morel mushroom (Morchella esculenta), choice edible, 🤍 Dryad’s Saddle/Pheasant's Back (Polyporus squamosus), good edible Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus), choice edible, 🤍 Deer mushroom (Pluteus cervinus), edible but not tasty Crown-tipped coral fungus (Artomyces pyxidatus), edible taste okay Chicken of the woods (Laetiporus cincinnatus), good edible Wood ear (Auricularia auricula-judae), good edible Gem-studded puffball (Lycoperdon perlatum), edible Umbrella polypore (Polyporus umbellatus), choice edible - Video Playlists: Wild Mushroom Identification: 🤍 Wild Mushroom Hunting & Tips: 🤍 Wild Mushroom You Can Eat Series: 🤍 Wild Mushroom Recipes: 🤍 Wild Fruits and Plants: 🤍 All about Chanterelles: 🤍 - 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! Music: Water please
Fungal ecologist and National Geographic Explorer Korena Mafune meets up with chef Melissa King in an old-growth forest to search for one of the chef’s favorite ingredients: mushrooms. Paid Content for Mazda. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 #NationalGeographic #RelevantVideoTopic About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Tenor: 🤍 Foraging for Mushrooms in Olympic National Park | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
I went foraging edible mushrooms and we found so many! Check out my Instagram - 🤍 Support the Just Alex Channel on Patreon - 🤍 TikTok - 🤍 Watch me live on Twitch - 🤍 Business enquiries - alexfordhamsmith🤍gmail.com
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In this video Aaron Hilliard, Mycologist and creator of Mushroom Wonderland, takes us on a journey into a beautiful lush forest of the Pacific Northwest of the United States of America to see what wild mushrooms are growing near the trail so that you might be able to better know the fungi around you. I have been studying mushrooms for over 30 years. After being introduced to mushrooms by my grandmother at a very young age, my interest has, well mushroomed into what it is today. I am currently the VP of the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society and love being a part of the mushroom community. I love to find and study mushrooms, to eat them and to learn all about them, and the people who interact with them. In this simple video we will encounter several mushrooms growing in Bremerton Washington on a simple hike down the trail of a county park. Please hit subscribe and check out Mushroom Wonderland on all the other platforms. Facebook – 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Tiktok- 🤍 Patreon- 🤍 Rumble- 🤍
Learn the basics involved in foraging wild mushrooms in this introductory video. Subscribe to the email newsletter here: 🤍 Follow Adam Haritan online here: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Now we are fully into mushroom season, the woodlands are full of fungi. Learn to identify some of the common edible mushrooms you may find. Mushroom foraging in the UK and Europe 00:00 Mushroom Foraging in October 00:11 Shaggy ink cap/ shaggy mane (Coprinus comatus) 04:23 Hen of the woods/ maitake (Grifola frondosa) 07:00 Bay bolete (Imleria badia) 11:47 Porcelain fungus (Oudemansiella mucida) 15:14 Amethyst deceiver (Laccaria amethystina)
In this video Aaron Hilliard, creator of Mushroom Wonderland and VP of the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society, goes on a mushroom hunt with the renowned citizen scientist and Chief Mycologist Alan Rockefeller and another friend the FungiKnight from Instagram, who was kind enough to show us to these 'Blue Ringers,' Psilocybe stuntzii, and Psilocybe pelliculosa in an undisclosed location in or around Gig Harbor, WA. Alan Rockefeller is known for DNA sequencing and uploading data to GenBank, and is part of the International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration, an effort to analyze and meticulously document the DNA characteristics of millions of fungi, plants, and animals. He is also a self-taught mycologist and expert on fungi identification. Alan is the chief mycologist for Mimosa Therapeutics, a psychedelics company based in Amsterdam and Oakland, CA. Lots of information about him and his work is available on the internet. I was fortunate to get to spend the day foraging mushrooms with him and capture it on film. We were able to identify the mushrooms, he spent quite a while photographing them, and collecting some for science, microscopy and sequencing. This video is for scientific, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Please do not attempt to identify mushrooms based on the shaky footage from this video alone. We are not promoting the illicit use of hallucinogenic mushrooms. They are still illegal in most states of the US, as well as many other countries. Please subscribe to the channel for more up-to-date mushroom info and to dive into the world of mushrooms. Thank you for watching and a huge shout out to Alan for sharing this information with us. If you would like to contact the creators please email: ahilliardmedia🤍gmail.com
I wasn't so sure if it was going to be a good year for mushrooms, after such a very dry summer, but it's shaping up to be a great year I think! Link to the video about the Brown Roll-Rim (toxic) mushroom: 🤍
Hello, my name is Alina, I live in Ukraine and I love to pick mushrooms in the forest. Today I decided to cook a real delicacy. Fried Porcini mushrooms with sour cream! Recipe: - White mushrooms (Porcini) - Onion - Homemade butter - Homemade sour cream - Salt - Pepper You can use your favorite store-bought butter and sour cream
Use my code MISSMINA to get 10% off your order on North Spore’s website: 🤍 North Spore’s YouTube: 🤍 Thanks to North Spore for sponsoring this video! I’ve used many of their grow kits before and am thrilled to partner up with them. ► VIDEO DESCRIPTION: Today we hunt for mushrooms in the woods! I’ve been waiting all year for this and am excited to check out new spots. The first location has trees that Golden Chanterelles love to grow by. Loved wandering in the greenery :) While anticipation soars high, we keep in mind that the ideal growing conditions in this area was short compared to previous years. In the last two years, there was an abundance of mushrooms. We didn’t even have to try to find them: there were even HUGE ones right by the road! In this video, I also show you how to grow Shiitake Mushrooms at home using fruiting blocks. Then we harvest, cook and eat them! ► VIDEO CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro & Previews 1:12 Searching for Golden Chanterelles 2:21 Mushrooms on Pine Cones 3:22 So many! Young turkey tail? 3:52 Inky Caps dissolving into black goo 4:13 Baby Coral Funghi? 4:36 Spooky Mushroom 5:26 The biggest shelf mushrooms of the day! 6:13 Lion’s Mane! Finally found it in real life! 6:35 Other extended families of mushroom 6:58 The Green Bead 7:09 Drying Mushrooms for Crafting & Decor 7:17 Second Mushroom Outing! 7:37 Witches’ Butter 8:23 Other types of Inky Caps 8:52 Soothing sounds of rain :) 9:33 Growing Shiitake at Home (Step by Step Process) 12:15 Harvesting Instructions 12:57 Cooking the Shiitake with Mommy Oh 15:04 What about second harvests? 15:23 Outtakes & Bonus Footage 16:11 DANCE PARTY!!! Note: This video was filmed in early November 2022. ► Other videos you might like: ○ Mushroom Foraging - FOUND GOLDEN CHANTERELLES: 🤍 ○ Growing Edible Mushrooms at Home: 🤍 ○ 36 Hours in Seattle FOOD TOUR: 🤍 😘 Subscribe to my channel: 🤍 👕 Get my shirt: 🤍 🎵 Music in this video (affiliate link): 🤍 🎵 Music in this video (affiliate link): 🤍 🎥 MY CAMERA & VLOGGING GEAR: 🤍 MORE MINA: ○ Instagram: 🤍missminaoh ○ TikTok: 🤍missminaoh ○ Facebook: 🤍 ○ Twitter: 🤍missminaoh ► MY KOREA CHANNEL: 🤍 ► MY ARTS & CRAFTS CHANNEL: 🤍
Come along into this magical forest with me and my friend Leo as we take a local mushroom foraging course here in Germany and learn to identify edible mushrooms and cook them into delicious meals! Follow me on Instagram: 🤍sopranoknits - Knitwear design, sewing, crafting - 🤍 🤍craftingawildlife - gardening, foraging, self-sufficiency - 🤍 Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Find my self-published knitting designs here: 🤍 Music in this video is from Epidemic Sound (this is an affiliate link you can use for a free 30-day trial): 🤍 Disclaimer: This is not an instructional or educational video on how to identify edible mushrooms or which ones to collect. Wild mushrooms can be deadly and it's always important to consult an expert - I highly recommend searching for local mushroom foraging courses in your area!
10 Species of mushroom and useful info on trees in our 100th video. By 🤍wildfooduk.com (My first attempt at video editing so constructive criticism welcome. I've ordered a collar mic for the next one...) For more information about foraging, please click the links below; To visit our Website: 🤍 To read more about the Mushrooms Featured in this video: 🤍 Articles: 🤍 To book a foraging course: 🤍 To purchase a copy of our Wild Food UK Foraging Pocket guide: 🤍 To Purchase your foraging equipment: 🤍 To visit our recipes Section: 🤍 To Visit our social media: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram for Wild Food UK : 🤍 Instagram for Foraging.co.uk: 🤍
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Get 10% off (save up to $44!) your own authentic Japanese snack box from Bokksu using my link: 🤍 and code MISSMINA10 This video is sponsored by Bokksu. We are thrilled to partner up with Bokksu again and travel to Japan through our taste buds! Hope you guys enjoy the yummy unboxing as much as we have ♡ ▼▼▼▼▼ Today we hunt for edible mushrooms in Washington State! It's autumn and we're searching for the highly prized Golden Chanterelles. But if we don't find any, that's okay. There are plenty of other mushrooms to admire, including Witch's Butter and Fly Amanita. Watch the video to experience the wonderful world of mushrooms 😍 When foraging mushrooms, please be sure to identify them correctly before eating any. Some mushroom species may be poisonous and fatal, so be careful. Also check the most up-to-date regulations of your foraging location, confirm if you need any permits and read up on best practices. Other than that, have fun spending time in nature 🌲 😘 Subscribe for more munchies: 🤍 👕 Get my shirt: 🤍 🎥 MY CAMERA & VLOGGING GEAR: 🤍 ▼▼▼▼▼ Other videos you might like: ○ MUSHROOM FORAGING in the Rainy Woods: 🤍 ○ COASTAL FORAGING 🦀 Butter Clams, Mussels, Seaweed, Crabs: 🤍 ○ CAMPING IN OUR BACKYARD: 🤍 ► MY KOREA CHANNEL: 🤍 ► MY ASMR CHANNEL: 🤍 MORE MINA: ○ Instagram: 🤍missminaoh ○ Facebook: 🤍 ○ Twitter: 🤍missminaoh This video was filmed in October 2020. Currently we are not traveling internationally at this time due to the pandemic.
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Vice president of the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society takes us on a walk to discover which wild mushrooms are growing right now. This is one of many foraging videos on the channel, from all times of the year. We try to keep you up-to-date on the wild mushrooms growing in the forests of the great Pacific Northwest. Lush, moss draped trees, towering conifer trees, and an enchanted feeling sets these videos apart from other mushroom channels. Please subscribe and hit the like button to help the channel grow!! Mushroom Wonderland can also be found on a bevvy of other platforms, links to them all are below. The Patreon and Rumble accounts have some things that YouTube wont allow, so becoime a patron for only a $5 membership, support this channel and aaron and his quest to discover mushrooms, and learn about the more magical side of mycologyu. Facebook – 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Tiktok- 🤍 Patreon- 🤍 Rumble- 🤍 This mushroom covers the identification of many types of wild mushrooms, some are no good for eating, some believed to be poisonous. Please do not try to use this video as a field guide, and research your own mushrooms before consuming to make sure they're safe to eat. Mushrooms featured in this video- "Late Fall Oyster"- Sarcomyxa serotina "Ebony Cup" Pseudoplectania nigrella "Orange Jelly Antler"- Calocera viscosa "Turkey Tail" - Trametes versicolor "False Turkey Tail" Stereum hirsutum "Orange Jelly Fungus" Dacrymyces chrysospermus "Orange Slime Mold" Badhamia utricularis "Conifer Tuft" Hypholoma capnoides "Lumpy Bracket" Trametes gibbosa "Honey Pink Gill" Entoloma cetratum "Ear Pick Fungus" Auriscalpium vulgare "Moss Bells" Galerina semilanceata Pycnoporellus fulgens
Back with another Alaska Video! This time we foraged chicken of the woods mushrooms and cooked it to it's perfection. 🤍 Buy Outdoor Chef Life Merch 🤍 BBQ Sauce from Barnacle Foods: 🤍 Music: Corey J Beats 🤍
Chicken of the Woods (Polyporus sulphureus complex) includes several species - the one featured here is Laetiporus conifericola. These brightly colored mushrooms are some of the easiest to identify, and grows in prodigious clusters, sometimes weighing in at more than 100 lbs. In the Pacific Northwest of North America, the most common Chicken of the Woods, also known as the Sulphur Polypore (Laetiporus conifericola), is a brown rot mushroom that grows on conifers, primarily hemlocks and Douglas firs, although we recently found some growing on a very decomposed cedar. Another clade of these species – Laetiporus sulphureus and Laetiporus cinnatus, grows on hardwoods. Typically growing in early summer to early fall, these species can reoccur for a few years. Some mycologists describe this species as a weak parasite, which then grows saprophytically after the tree dies. These species are so efficient at decomposition, they can eat a standing tree or log in a few years, colonizing the heartwood, leaving only brown, cubic like blocks of lignin, as its cellulase enzymes digest the cellulose. I love surprising my friends with this mushroom who can’t believe its flavor. This mushroom tastes like chicken! Here, I show you a simple way of preparation. It is important that they are well cooked. I prefer the barbecue, cutting them into strips and to singe the edges until they are crispy. Great finger-foods, these can be frozen, post cooking, and then re-heated. This is one of the few mushrooms that can be harvested in large quantities. And its bright sulphur color makes it easy to see from afar. Be forewarned that Chicken of the Woods can rot quickly and if eager mycophiles do not cut away the blemishing regions, they can cause GI (gastrointestinal) discordance, i.e. a stomachache. So please be careful – and note that the edges are the most delicious. Curiously, I have found huge swarms of mosquitos buzzing around rotting L. conifericola. See my YT channel. And for more information, see Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World for more information. Filmed by Pamela Kryskow, MD Bon Appetit!
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Showing how and where I forage for the KING of mushrooms the porcini. Also called the cep, penny bun, steinpilz, and many other names, you can find Boletus edulis growing all across the northern hemisphere. They grow in both conifer and deciduous woodlands and have the best flavor of any mushroom, wild or cultivated. I took home four mature porcini mushrooms on this foray and also shared how I left one of them hidden. Though picking mushrooms does not kill the fungal network below ground (the mycelium), if you pick all of the mushrooms it reduces the chance of the mushroom spreading and surviving in an area. It's also important to not pick all the porcini mushrooms in tree plantations, where I was foraging. Tree harvesting can threaten the mycelium below the ground since porcini and other types of mushrooms form symbiotic relationships with them. So I try to let those spores spread and colonize! With wild foraging, only take a little of anything to reduce our impact on the biosphere. After taking home my bag of porcini, I also share how I prepare them by slicing and drying in the food dehydrator. The flavor and texture of porcini improve with being dried and it also means that you can store that delicious flavor in the cupboard for a long time. Tanya's porcini gnocchi recipe: 🤍 GREAT UK mushroom guide*: 🤍 Highly rated USA mushroom guide*: 🤍 🌿 RECOMMENDED VIDEOS 🌻 Edible Weeds and Wild Food Foraging for Beginners 🤍 🥕 Edible Perennial Gardening - Plant Once, Harvest for Years 🤍 🌼 Exploring a Tiny Island in the Irish Sea 🤍 🌿📕 LEARN ABOUT TANYA'S BOOK USA: 🤍 UK: 🤍 Canada: 🤍 More places: 🤍 🌻 See inside A Woman's Garden Book: 🤍 GET THE TOOLS & GEAR 🌿 Tanya's Amazon Shop* → 🤍 THANK YOU FOR WATCHING ✌💚 ➤ If you enjoy this video please give it a thumbs up and subscribe (thank you!) ➤Remember to TURN ON notifications to know when new videos are out. Just click the little bell icon next to the subscribe button. ➤ Subscribe to the Lovely Greens newsletter → 🤍 🌿 FIND LOVELY GREENS ONLINE ◆ LEARN MORE: 🤍 ◆ INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ◆ TWITTER: 🤍 ◆ FACEBOOK: 🤍 *Lovely Greens is a participant in Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Basically, I make a small commission if you end up making a purchase. Thank you for your support. #foraging #wildfood #selfsufficient
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For the novice forager, choosing the right mushrooms to pick can be a bit daunting, so in this film, Margaret Lear introduces us to a selection of easy mushrooms for beginners. Filmed in Taymount Wood, Perthshire. A woodlandsTV film by Jemma Cholawo, sponsored by 🤍woodlands.co.uk
In this video I am foraging mushrooms in the Adelaide Hills. I was able to find massive porcini mushrooms and saffron milk caps. #porcinimuchrooms #porcini #wildmushrooms #foraging #adelaidehills #australia More picking videos 👇 Fig picking v1 🤍 Fig picking v2 🤍 Raspberry picking 🤍
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Hello lovely peoples of You Tubes! Today I am doing something a little bit different for you. Every year I take out the trainees of Jamie Oliver's Fifteen foundation to go mushroom foraging. this year I wanted to take you lovely peoples too. Let us know if you are enjoying these behind the scenes videos and if you are enjoying seeing what else we do when we are not in the kitchen. Remember if you do go mushroom foraging it is VERY important you go with someone who is knows what they are doing. As you can see, there is lots of poisons out there! I love you all!! Bless you!! Gxxx Links to the videos: Sweet & Sour Pumpkin Bites: 🤍 Italian Baked Beans: 🤍 Subscribe for new recipes EVERY WEDNESDAY 🤍 Follow me! 🤍 🤍
These poisonous mushrooms grow worldwide: Destroying Angel, Death Cap, False Parasol, Deadly Galerina, Jack o Lantern, Sulphur Tuft, and Earthball Mushrooms. Learn their many different forms at different stages of development, as well as their edible lookalikes. Location: VA, MD, PA, DE Free Mushroom ID tool, AI-Powered: 🤍fungusid.com 毒蘑菇鉴别；毒鹅膏 Chapters 0:00 Intro 2:11 false parasol (similar to portobello, or butter mushroom, and obviously parasol; often found on lawns, bad for livestock) 4:40 jack o lantern (similar to honey mushroom, golden oyster, chicken of the woods, chanterelle) 6:21 sulfur tuft (comes in colonies) 9:33 common earthborn mushroom (similar to edible puffball) 10:32 deadly galerina (similar to honey and velvet foot) 13:01 pholiotina rugosa (another small brown, but deadly mushroom) 13:16 destroying angel and deathcap (similar to straw mushroom and button mushroom) Video Playlists: Mushroom ID and Hunting tips: 🤍 Wild Mushroom You Can Eat Series: 🤍 Having Fun in the Woods: 🤍 Wild Mushroom Recipes: 🤍 Wild Fruits and Plants: 🤍 All about Chanterelles: 🤍 - Be cautious & always refer to multiple reliable sources before consuming any wild edibles! "Music (Summer): 🤍bensound.com"
In this video, I show the Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants and Mushrooms You can Forage through the Seasons! Morels, Chicken of the Woods, Lion's Mane, Indigo Milk Cap. #foraging #mushroom #wildedibles 00:07 Morel Mushrooms 01:05 Ramps 02:22 Wood Ear 02:56 Amber Jelly Roll 03:27 Chickweed 04:18 Dryad's Saddle / Pheasant back Mushroom 05:12 Indian Cucumber 06:09 Chicken of the Woods 07:03 Solomon's Seal 07:49 Wood Nettle 09:12 Wood Sorrel 09:51 Crown tipped Coral Mushroom 10:38 Red Clover 11:34 Reishi Mushroom 13:45 Lobster Mushroom 14:37 Beefsteak Fungus 15:07 Old Man of the Woods Bolete 15:32 Mountain Mint 15:55 Lion's Mane 17:02 Goldenrod 17:31 Turkey Tail 18:19 Honey Mushroom 19:43 Chanterelles 20:42 Hickory Nuts 21:41 Indigo Milk Cap 23:02 Late Fall Oyster
12 November Mushrooms. Identification by 🤍wildfooduk.com For more information about foraging, please click the links below; To visit our Website: 🤍 To read more about the Mushroom Featured in this video: 🤍 To book a foraging course: 🤍 To purchase a copy of our Wild Food UK Foraging Pocket guide: 🤍 To purchase your foraging equipment: 🤍 To visit our recipes Section: 🤍 To Visit our social media: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram for Wild Food UK : 🤍 Instagram for Foraging.co.uk: 🤍
Subscribe to the Learn Your Land email newsletter here: 🤍 In this video, we take a look at 5 wild edible mushrooms you can forage during the coldest, darkest weeks of the year. Make sure you watch the video until the end, where I share with you 3 personal tips that'll really increase the size of your harvest... Music: Ryan Andersen — Sweet Love 🤍 Follow Adam Haritan online here: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
We went out with Discovery Standup ( James ) and he took us out mushroom foraging here on the northern part of Vancouver Island near Campbell River. We went out and picked chantrelle mushrooms and came across some other ones as well. James showed us the proper way to cut and cook mushrooms. Bring a knife and some bags and you can go home with some amazing food straight out of the forest! We went back home, cleaned the mushrooms with a brush because it can damage them by washing under water. We then let them dry, and cooked the ones we wanted for dinner which went well with a nice steak dinner! And, as always, Chanterelle season is ENTIRELY dependent upon rainfall. No rain, no mushrooms. The best time to search begins 2-3 days after a heavy rainfall in hot, humid weather, and continuing for 2-3 weeks after that rain, especially if it keeps raining. The climate here on Vancouver Island is perfect, especially in the months of September and October when we begin to get more rain. Email: Tylercaveproductions🤍gmail.com
Alone in the woods - Foraging mushrooms Boletus edulis (Porcini, Penny bun, Cep) and Macrolepiota procera (Parasol mushroom) harvesting vegetables, tasting chillies and learning how to chop firewood in Portugal. I'm looking after the homestead alone. Dan's left Portugal to do some work abroad. Before he went, he helped me to prepare for a month by myself. You may enjoy Caring for our native trees and a walk in our forest with Dan 🤍 Harvest olives and hard pruning olive trees 🤍 *I'm not an expert in identifying fungi. I know how to select some and am continually learning through research and observation and guidance. #farmlife #homestead #Portugal
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I spent a total of 4 hours in the woods near where I live in upper Michigan searching for Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) Mushrooms for this video. After hours of hunting and filling my bag full, I spent another hour cleaning and prepping to sell them at the mushroom farm in Aurora, Wisconsin. A friend of mine owns the Shiitake Creel Mushroom Company and he is certified to buy and sell them, he also produces and grows 25 different varieties of mushrooms, many outside on logs. If you like wild mushrooms or mushrooms in general, you should watch this whole video and see what you might be missing in your hunt for the Chanterelle Mushroom! SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL FOR MORE!! *Follow Me on Facebook: 🤍 *Follow Me on Instagram: 🤍 IF YOU LIKE MY CONTENT AND WANT TO DONATE: 🤍 🤍All rights reserved.
This is the second episode in our new mini series where we travel around Sweden, explore local ingredients and traditions and cook with friends. A few weeks ago we were out in Tullinge forest learning about new (to us) edible mushrooms that we cooked over open fire together with our friend and professional forager Niki Sjölund: 🤍 We learned that mushrooms often grow around trees and under the moss. And that there are a lot more edible varieties out there than just chanterelles and porcini mushrooms. Not only did we cook with the mushrooms we found, but also with some wild forest herbs that Niki found. It might be an old cliché but outdoor cooking truly is the best. Although next time, I think we will bring spoons and bowls :) Subscribe to get notifications when we release new videos. Music by Graeme Wylie: 🤍 Wild Mushroom & Cabbage Skillet Serves 4 2 generous glugs of oil 6-8 potatoes, sliced 1/2 white cabbage, shredded 1 clove garlic, peeled & chopped 1 tsp spruce infused syrup or raw honey 1 tbsp vinegar 4 large handfuls mixed wild mushrooms, sliced 250 ml (1 cup) vegan oat cream or regular heavy cream 1 juniper sprig (or dried juniper berries) 1 apple, cored and sliced 2 sprigs heather flowers Heat oil in a skillet, add the potatoes. Heat oil in a second skillet and add the cabbage. Let fry and caramelize over medium heat, until both are tender, add the garlic to the potatoes midway through. Stir spruce syrup and vinegar through the cabbage. Combine potatoes and cabbage into one skillet and set aside. Heat oil in the empty skillet and add the sliced mushrooms. Fry on high heat until tender, don’t stir too much, let them get a bit of color on one side. When done, add them to the potato and cabbage pan, and place it back on the heat. Add oat cream, juniper and salt and let simmer for a couple of minutes. Taste and adjust the flavours to your preference. Remove from the heat and sprinkle with heather flowers and raw apple slices. Enjoy! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍