Lactarius deliciosus known as saffron milk-cap or red pine mushroom is found under pine forests throughout the Mediterranean basin and has been accidentally introduced to other countries (Chile, Australia and New Zealand) It is a popular edible mushroom because of its orange colour, fruity odour and delicious taste.
This local delicacies is typically harvested in autumn season.
This mushroom stains a deep green color when mature or handled. When fresh, the mushroom exudes an orange-red latex or "milk".
In North America, this mushroom is often confused with Lactarius rubrilacteus an edible mushroom that stains blue and exudes a red latex.
Lactarius deliciosus is usually cooked on charcoal and marinated with olive oil and lemon or fried with onions with red wine.
😂😂😂accapella and the engine backwoods the way I'm livin, in the bed of the truck but king size mushrooms we pickin, stick to what I know out in the woods im home fa sho, so while you sit and stack dough, we just past a buck and a doe, out on a country road way out where nobody knows, where the wild things are and where the wild things grow, wild fungus are among us picking all you can eat, chantrelles I know em well they fuckin tasty to me, got some lobster and some oyster chemy free and og, turkey tail and chaga tea and don't forget the reishi😂😂😂 #mushroomraps#inbackofatruck#freestyle#chantrelle#turkeytail#lobster#oyster#chaga#reishi#mushroomforaging
What an amazing fall mushrooming season we've had! We're so glad we joined the Willamette Valley Mushroom Society and met so many awesome people and learned so much. We love waking up early and going to fog draped mountains and tromping around the forest. Scanning the floor for shrooms has caused us to notice so many beautiful intricacies that we might have missed otherwise. The moss grows like mad out there, and we love to follow it. -Paul
Every year my parents get us a Christmas ornament of something that happened in our lives to remember the year by. This is our ornament for 2018✨ Starting so many new things that we're excited about...can't wait to see all the places we'll go!
Indo-Mushroom farm scouting in backwoods Bali: Sabyne and Dad out foraging for adventure! Putu takes us to the Mushroom dude. Weird weird weird! Driving our scooters through a shallow valley where the river passes at the bottom, it’s very humid. There was a 2 story thatch shack that looked like someone kinda lived there. We were escorted through a makeshift semi- outdoor family kitchen into the home roughly 800sq ft.
All space housed racks and racks, floor to ceiling, cylindrical plastic bags of mycelium with a single plastic pvc pipe sticking out the end where the ‘shrooms sprouted from!
Local edible mushrooms were harvested daily at 2:00pm to take to local markets and people driving by to feed their families.
Not much flavour. More texture than anything.
Anyone know the species? Nope not magic, just randomly weird. #mushroomforaging , #mycillyworld , #balismostrandom ,