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Wild Mushroom Foraging in the Woodlands – Russula Series ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Foraging for the best of ingredients. Fraser is currently developing a catering and/or supply business which is primarily vegetarian, with meat dishes that can be served on the side. www.alittle...

Posted in: Foraging, Survival, Traditional Skills ~ On: 15 November, 2014

29 comments so far

xhexho CeeFe
December 26, 2015

Audioo?

Amy Cook
January 12, 2016

What was that book you were using for reference?

tanya friebele
June 11, 2016

Woodlands Texas?

teapeaster
September 19, 2016

Why is there little or no audio on your fungus videos?

james_gats
September 4, 2017

Normally you taste a Russula by chewing a little bit on your tongue. If it tastes mild it's edible. Provided you first make sure it's a Russula!

Smart Stuff
November 19, 2017

The video was going fine until he said he's never tried them. Why the fuck are you in this video then?

poponachtschnecke
December 3, 2017

This music made me confused and uncomfortable.

Brian Williams
September 4, 2018

ty sir for your video, what guide are you using to identify if i may ask?

MyChilepepper
September 22, 2018

Lol, I picked about 10 of these gems in my yard, cook them in butter and ate them. I only did it because when showed to my neighbor, he chewed it raw so fast before I could say anything. He’s still alive the next 36 hours and then I started sautéing it for dinner. That was over a week ago. I wasn’t sick or dizzy. FYI I wouldn’t try if they looked anything like the death caps though.

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