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Chantrel hunting as self healing

by arildno
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Jul30-11, 03:02 PM
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We all need to come to terms with the terrible ordeal our country have been through; for the relatives of our 77 dead, the almost 100 wounded and the 500+ terrified youths who survived physically unscathed, such processes of healing may take years, if they ever can be said to heal.
For me, having vacation, it has helped to take my mind off this, by going out in the woods for mushroom hunting , particularly after the common/yellow chanterelle.
It is an insanely, spectacularly good mushroom year this year, probably due to much rain and high temperatures.
Just today, I picked 2.5 kilograms of this forest gold!

(Unfortunately, now I REALLY have to go and cleanse&rinse it properly..)
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wow, that's a lot of mushrooms. i hope they store well.
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Jul31-11, 03:00 AM
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wow, that's a lot of mushrooms. i hope they store well.
Yes.
Chanterelles can be freezed, and keep the taste very well


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