My grandpa thought me how to mushroom hunt & he always used to say.. Every Mushroom Is Edible, Sometimes Only Once. When I designed this shirt – on the front I decided to put one of the best wild edible mushrooms in the world- The King Bolete & one of the deadliest mushrooms – The Deadly Galerina. Do you love this shirt?
Mushroom hunting guide service – every mushroom is edible sometimes only once shirt
The front of the shirt says- Mushroom Hunting Guide Service with smaller print on the bottom- Poisoning People Since 1969. Mushroom hunting guide service – every mushroom is edible sometimes only once. And the back of the shirt says- Every Mushroom Is Edible, Sometimes Only Once.
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Seward, Alaska, is a temperate rainforest, and, since my return from the east coast, I have noticed quite a few crazy-looking mushrooms lurking in the moss. Most are very poisonous, but some are not. It’s safe to say that I am definitely not a mycologist, and am extremely under-qualified to give any sort of advice to aspiring mushroom hunters; however, I am authorized to say that Seward a prime fungus-foraging area. Our average rainfall is about 75 inches a year, and a thick coniferous covering of Sitka spruce, coupled with moderate temperatures, makes for perfect fungus-growing conditions.
Usually, mushroom foragers don’t give out their hunting spots so they can keep people from wiping out their stash, and sometimes they won’t even tell you the general area they hunt in. While I am not an avid mushroom forager, I still prefer to keep my secret spot a secret, but I will say that it was here in Seward. My father and I found a massive Sulphur Shelf mushroom, or “Chicken of the Woods,” on the side of a dying tree that had shelves bigger than my arm.