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3 Responses to “Matsutake”

  1. Jeremy March 21, 2012 at 11:05 pm #

    I’ve heard of Chaga, but never Matsutake. I’ve just been getting into mushrooms, as of late; plugged a few logs with shitake, oyster, and reishi. Foraged some turkey tails as well. Your photos inspire me to forage them more.

    • 1left March 21, 2012 at 11:41 pm #

      Hi Jeremy, I saw on your blog your moving north soon, in most parts of the northern states you’ll be able to find white matsutakes especially if you are on either the west or east coast
      as they seem to grow well within a few hundred miles of the oceans. We will talk more as the fall season approaches and I will pass along some tips on terrain and tree types for your particular area, if your still interested. Your wild leek post has me eager to check on some of my favorite gathering areas though it will probably be well into April before I will have my first taste of those lovelys.


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