I’ve only tasted morels one time, sauteed in butter…I hear if you eat a few it makes you poop a lot…haha
That’s true, but anyone that is learning to forage learns not to harvest any fron conifers. Most sites and books warn against that.
I don’t know much about Midwest or east coast US foraging. That is interesting
I know East Coast and am trying to learn other areas.
Foraging is fun! It is one of the hobbies someone can do that takes us back to our primitive roots, and I think it’s a good skillset to have. I think in the modern digital age it is important to hold up on some of the older knowledge that made humans who we are. On the less deeper side, just getting out and hiking is a good mental health booster while bonding with your husband. I’m glad it was a good day! Keep it up, and definitely learn about harvestable plants and fungi, but don’t be afraid to go out and do what humans were meant to do! I fish and hike, but have been more into foraging lately.
I would love to live on the coast, because coastal foraging is a whole niche. I’ve spent many hours watching youtubers forage for muscles and clams. If you have the chance, take a dive into that as well!
I think exploring the outdoors is nice. i hope the bugs aren’t biting
You guys I’m with @anon4362788 morels aren’t poisonous and very easy to ID.
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