Are these beautiful mushrooms growing in parks and our gardens edible?

By madventure | Nature, Photography | 17 May 2024


 

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Often, walking in parks or gardens, we notice wild mushrooms. Most people, noticing such a phenomenon, are convinced that if a mushroom grows near human habitations, in a park or garden, it is certainly poisonous, or at least worthless.

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Of course, this is often duplicated and erroneous thinking associated with ignorance. Many species of mushrooms, and in fact most of those growing in our environment, are edible mushrooms.

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Such an example of an edible fungus is the black mushroom. This is a species of mushroom that can often be found in parks, for example around park benches, in gardens.

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Such an example of an edible fungus is the black mushroom. This is a species of mushroom that can often be found in parks, for example around park benches, in gardens.

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Experienced mushroom pickers know the taste of this mushroom very well, because the young fruiting body fried in butter in a pan is considered a rarity on the kitchen table.

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Enjoy 😉

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