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The Edible Mushroom Book

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Part field guide, part cookbook, this fully illustrated book offers tips for foraging for fungi in the wild, on preparing mushrooms for cooking, and how to make 50 mouthwatering recipes.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley) (first published August 1st 2008)
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Tony
Like many people I think the idea of picking food growing naturally from my local surroundings is a great idea. I do worry though. What if I pick the wrong thing and poison my family? Especially fungi. I recently attended a free talk on foraging and found it really inspirational. It helped me realise that with some research and common sense I should be pretty safe. This book is my first step towards picking and consuming some mushrooms found locally. Ten years ago I’d have laughed if you said I’ ...more
Emily
I really want to start foraging for wild mushrooms locally, but I'm nervous about, you know, POISONING MYSELF, so I'm trying to read up on the subject. This book is CHOCK FULL of great illustrations, full color photos, diagrams, and more. This particular book covers mushrooms across North America, so it would be useful for mushroom-hunters across the nation, not just in my area. This is written in an accessible tone, though it's probably not suitable for teens just because it's a complicated and ...more
Jayme
This is a good book to give you an overview of everything from picking, to drying, to cooking your mushrooms. Although I enjoyed the extra information in here about preserving and cooking, I wouldn't rely on this book for identification. It would be best used along with a more detailed mushroom guidebook (I recommend Mushrooms Demystified: A Comprehensive Guide to the Fleshy Fungi).
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