I took this picture in the autumn, we have always eaten these mushrooms and we catch it in the woods every year. These yellow ones are our favorites.
The practice of “catching” the wild mushroom comes from ancient times, the way people eat, even more as a complement to their sources of income. Many people here sell them.
Wild mushrooms are foods with a high nutritional value, are rich in proteins and have a low fat content, a high content of carbohydrates and fibers, and significant levels of vitamins and minerals.
Do you eat wild mushrooms?
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I have only hunted and eaten one kind of wild mushroom. The Morel Mushroom, it is not easily mistaken for anything but what it is.
I have never seen the pretty yellow kind youve shown. Thanks for sharing!
Ohh, I don’t know those, maybe it doesn’t grow in my area. Thank you.
I know those mushrooms, I like it a lot.
They are indeed quite good. Thank you.
I do not eat wild mushrooms. Great photo!
We love these ones. Thank you.
I would go for just two – oyster and button.