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Thread: Anyone know what type of shroom this is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co.
    These ARE false morels. I have eaten them. They will make some people sick. ....and some people can consume them just fine, I happen to be in the latter group, See Attached link: http://www.wild-harvest.com/pages/morel.htm Great feast with fresh fiddleheads and a mess of brook trout,
    Yeah, it figures. Someone who would eat fiddleheads WOULD eat strange fungi.


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    Hmmmm . . . I'm no mushroom expert -- trees are more of "my thing." But I can tell you one thing, anything that looks like crapola should probably not be eaten . . . this includes Baby Ruth candy bars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tat
    Ssalisbury, welcome to the forum! By coincidence, I'm sitting in a hotel room in Springfield MO! Headed home tomorrow.
    oops.....we all....all but TAT, missed welcoming and new member.

    WELCOME SSALISBURY!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    Hmmmm . . . I'm no mushroom expert -- trees are more of "my thing." But I can tell you one thing, anything that looks like crapola should probably not be eaten . . . this includes Baby Ruth candy bars.
    I'll second that!
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