MISSOURI'S WILD MUSHROOMS

MISSOURI'S WILD MUSHROOMS
A guide to hunting, identifying and cooking the state's most common mushrooms This lively and informative guide to the common fungi of the state is the first of its kind for Missourians. A must-have for outdoor lovers, mushroom enthusiasts and cooks, the book features color photographs and detailed descriptions of 102 species. Written by Maxine Stone, past president of the Missouri Mycological Society and edited by Barbara Bassett, former Conservation Department naturalist, the book includes tips for finding, gathering, preparing and preserving wild mushrooms. An easy visual key aids identification, and clear guidelines help you distinguish edible mushrooms from poisonous ones. As a bonus, chanterelle quiche and 23 other simple and elegant recipes will awaken your foraging instincts!
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  • Author: Michael Hagene
    I am attempting to purchase a couple of books. Your system tells me my address is NOT valid. I have lived here for over 30 years.

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  • Author: Mitch
    Great book. Pictures great info. Includes "look alike" descriptions to mitigate misidentification.


    Too bad Michael Hagene provided poor feedback on a website technical issue.
  • Author: Linda
    I have this book, and I love it. So easy to look up the different mushrooms. Thanks for a great book.
  • Author: M. Nuhn
    The image and entry on Boletus bicolor is incorrect. That is most definitely not a bicolor. Appears to be aligned with Xerocomellus (I doubt it is Xerocomus, but it is definitely xerocomoid).

    Otherwise a good book. I don't have the expertise to check the other species in detail, but I do for the boletes.

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