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  1. Lord Barham
    Lord Barham November 20, 2017 at 1:57 am | | Reply

    Honeys (Armillaria melen complex) represent a multi-species complex of virtually identical mushrooms separable primarily bey whether they cross with each other. There are at least 11 recognised species in the complex, and some are poisonous. I would advise caution with this one. Winter Chanerelles are safer and tastier, and there are either two species, or one species with two names: Craterellis tubiformis (Winter Chanterelle) and another Carterellis that is commonly called the “Yellowlegs”. Even raw, these mushrooms have a pleasing, buttery flavour. Only drawback is that they are small and it takes a lot to make a meal!

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