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just returned from a 4 day mushroom picking trip up north.  Was a banner year this year....rain and heat hit just right.  Managed to get about 60 to 65 lbs of chanterelles and maybe a dozen indigo lactarius.   Some picture samples below.  Curious where other people find success with Chanterelles?  My honey hole is in a very unique forest in north central Saskatchewan.

Paul
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People finding lots of patches in the southeast, probably due to all the rain.
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Gunhippie
We're still a bit out from chanterelle season here. They aren't common, being found in a few lower elevation wooded canyons, but where they occur they're plentiful.

Hoping to get some myself this season.
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Gunhippie wrote:
We're still a bit out from chanterelle season here. They aren't common, being found in a few lower elevation wooded canyons, but where they occur they're plentiful.

Hoping to get some myself this season.


Tim,

I should fedex you some!!! This is the best year we have ever had....thwy were everywhere.  The indigo ones are uncommon and sure look odd when you fry them.

Paul

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But tasty! Those indigo Lactarius are rare here, but I've lucked into a few over the years. I generally find some hedgehogs, King Boletes (sometime in huge quantities!), wood ears (must have for Chinese cooking).... I love 'shrooming!

I should get out and take a look. Maybe they're up already.
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25 502s
Nice!! So what do you do with them after you gather those fungi? 😁 JK. 
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The king Boletes were not that plentiful this year.  Wood ear is one I have never picked or eaten....now you got me interested.   
The indigo lactarius is uncommon but I wouldnt say rare here.  In a morning pick I can usually find between 4 and 6.  You are correct, they are tasty.

I am with ya, Timm....love shrooming.

Paul
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That’s a nice haul of chanterelles. I love them in a simple pasta dish. Friend of mine came across the mother load while in moose hunting last year. I will have to take a run in to see if any there. 
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A cream of chanterelle soup is beyond description!

I like to dry the excess chanterelles and then powder them in a coffee grinder. The powder can be added to anything that needs that fine taste an umami. Dried chanterelles whole don't rehydrate well, remaining leathery, but the powder is magic.
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Texan's last words: "Y'all--hold my beer--I wanta' try sumptin'."
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25 502s wrote:
Nice!! So what do you do with them after you gather those fungi? 😁 JK. 


We usually saute them with onion and garlic and put them in freezer bags.  We pack two cups per bag and ended up with 60 bags so 120 cups of sauted mushrooms.   Should do us til next year!
This was the first time I made cream soup.  It was deilicious.  Never thought of grinding to powder.   Good idea.
The pic above was the haul after a 2 hour session.  We were there for 4 days!!  Great fun and simple trip.
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Saw some today on my hike in eastern NC. Have cinnabars in my yard. Picked up a bunch in NC mountains a few weekends ago. may have seen one of those indigos today but wasn't educated enough to pick.
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