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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Friends & Fungus

Thanks to our new friends for hosting one of our best, easiest, most natural playdates ever. Who said the internet takes away from human interaction? Without it we wouldn't have found you.


More about the turkey tail mushrooms here and here and here, as well as many other places. I once saw a talk by Christopher Hobbs where he listed turkey tail as one of the top five medicinal mushrooms. I dry mine to use in soup stock, removing it before making the soup — it's very woody.

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Blogger Molly said...

wish i were there. love the picture of mushrooms in the canning jar.

Sun Jan 25, 04:58:00 PM PST  
Blogger Kristina said...

Turkey tail mushrooms in soup stock, really? I'll have to try that someday. I love that mason jar pic.

Sun Jan 25, 05:55:00 PM PST  
Blogger sj said...

it was so fun.i'm glad we were able to finally get together again!thanks for posting the links. i think we'll be finding turkey tails EVERYWHERE!

molly, we wished you could have joined us too! xo

Mon Jan 26, 09:32:00 AM PST  
Blogger Project Pink Suitcase said...

Yeah, I like the internet too for it's way of connecting people.
I haven't been on-line as much lately due to a minor cold...but I can tell you I definitely miss my on-line connecting when I don't get to log-on.
I like your new header! Great combo!

Mon Jan 26, 02:35:00 PM PST  
Blogger Lori said...

aw, i’m so jealous i can’t hang out with you guys! :^)

Mon Jan 26, 02:45:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Lisa said...

Wow! I never realized these were edible! I collect fungi (and lichen) and set it out on our nature table. We will have to try it in soup. Thanks for the info!

Mon Jan 26, 04:56:00 PM PST  
Blogger Sandy said...

just visiting -- great, great pictures :) sandy

Tue Jan 27, 05:54:00 PM PST  

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