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  1. Food and water
    Lots of time the mushrooms will dry out or get slimy in the fridge. You can store them for a few weeks in a fridge in a container lined with a paper towel. The paper will get soaking wet after a while, but mushroom's are pretty good compared to no paper towel storage. I use steam trays with some...
  2. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Spring is here! Happy, happy! So, what are you harvesting now and how are you storing it? Love to hear what everyone's busy with. :) Here on the Gulf Coast, I've dug my Louisiana multiplier onions (walking onions aren't ready yet). Hung some in an old peanut net bag and froze the rest...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Yesterday, while mowing, I noticed that the raised Strawberry bed I planted last year was finally producing a few red berries. There were lots of green berries and about half a dozen red berries. I also noticed that my “hen of the woods” mushroom that grows in the crotch of my maple tree every...
  4. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Here's a video we made when we were showing some students how to identify and find edible mushrooms in a pine forest. Watch for the comments at the end. Knowledge is the key to proper identification skills, so go out and learn or get someone to show you the good ones. Our 4 day comprehensive...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    OK folks.... it's getting to be that time of year!!! In my neck of the cornfield, spring appears to be early by almost an entire month.:xeye: Normally, this would be way too early for Morels, for my region. So..... if you start spotting the Mighty Morel... post it here! Of course, in all...
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Last few years we have been trying to start a couple of projects in order to learn and ;;maybe ,provide a valuable a new survival tool .Well this year we were undecided as to something ;we; both wanted to do.My GF has been wanting to get into bee keeping ,but as I am allergic to wasp/hornet...
  7. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I searched the forum for a post about growing mushrooms at home for food. I didn't find anything so I thought I'd post and see if anyone out there can educate us about this. I'm more interested in growing them at home than going out into the woods and picking them because picking them in the...
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    From the early spring until late fall, a lot of food is available an ready to eat in all location in wilderness (and not only). From that food easy to pick and easy regenerable, mushrooms are probably the first who you meet. But only few species are edible, and a LOT of species are very...
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