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Found a large morel in the garden. Slugs have had a go at it but it is still impressive! 6-7cm across! Birmingham area.
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I found these in my Garden, I live in Wiesbaden, Germany. Back home we would say these are Morel, rinse them with salt a few times and suate them, Are
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I LIVE IN SHREWSBURY SHROPSHIE AND HAVE A TOWN GARDEN.AS A KEEN CHEF I WAS STUNNED TODAY TO FIND A FUNGHI ON THE EDGE OF THE GARDEN SOIL THAT LOOKS SO
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wildmushroomonline.co.uk Our resident wild food expert, Geoff Dann, is available for tuition in foraging for fungi.

Guided Mushroom Foraging Sessions

By Geoff Dann

I have been teaching members of the public to forage since 2010, and have been foraging for
mushrooms as a hobby for 25 years. I have to date found and eaten over 200 species of British
wild mushroom.

Email: geoffdann@hotmail.com
Mobile: 07964 569715
Website: www.geoffdann.co.uk

Organise your own group:

These sessions are held on public access land throughout southeast England, at a location of
your choice (I will make some suggestions.)

The aim is to teach you as much as possible about fungi that are of interest to foragers, and
I can either cook some of them up at the end of the session, or you can take some home with you
to experiment with cooking them yourself.

Nobody else offers this roaming, flexible mushroom-foraging tuition service.  Only via Wild
Mushrooms Online!

Booking as an individual:

In addition to the group bookings, I also run some dates that individuals can book places on. 
These are dependent on who contacts me and where they want to go foraging.  Please contact me
or visit my website for details.

 

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April 18, 2017
Found a large morel in the garden. Slugs have had a go at it but it is still impressive! 6-7cm across! Birmingham area.
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April 6, 2017
I found these in my Garden, I live in Wiesbaden, Germany. Back home we would say these are Morel, rinse them with salt a few times and suate them, Are they the real deal?
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April 4, 2017
I LIVE IN SHREWSBURY SHROPSHIE AND HAVE A TOWN GARDEN.AS A KEEN CHEF I WAS STUNNED TODAY TO FIND A FUNGHI ON THE EDGE OF THE GARDEN SOIL THAT LOOKS SO MUCH LIKE A MOREL! PRIZED BY US FOODIES IT IS HOLLOW AND IM DRYING IT AT PRESENT .I UNDERSTAND THERE IS A FALSE MOREL THAT IS POISONOUS BUT THIS IS
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April 4, 2017
HELLO I LIVE IN SHROPSHIRE IN A TOWN CENTRE .WE HAVE A VEGETABLE FRUIT GARDEN .TODAY WE FOUND SOME FUNGHI GROWING NEAR OUR BLACKCURRANT BUSHES CAN ANYONE TELL US WHAT THIS COULD BE?
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April 3, 2017
Underneath of previous mushroom, St George's mushroom?
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April 3, 2017
It's been awhile since i've found these but i suspect that they are St George's Mushroom, smells a bit musty, found in a circle on grass verge.
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April 2, 2017
Found in garden near Birmingham growing in border amid damp bark chippings. When touched the upper part broke away from the stem which was cream coloured and about half inch long
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March 14, 2017
Anyone know if this mushroom is rare - can't find picture of one anywhere ?? Found the mushroom on a walk last Sunday in woodlands next to a grass field on the top of a hill in Oxfordshire. I thought was rubbish as quite big and rubbery. Only one mushroom there so didn't collect it.
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March 10, 2017
Any ideas what this lil mushroom is? Found in a garden in Canterbury.
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November 14, 2016
I found this in my garden growing in well rotted wood chip. are they wood blewits?
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November 12, 2016
Found these in hampstead heath, wondered what they are/if they are edible? Thanks!
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November 7, 2016
Also from yesterday could the forum identify this. Pores didn't stain blue when poked but flesh streaks blue when first cut then turns an orange colour after 12 hours. Thanks David R
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