[ download ePUB ] The Pocket Guide to Wild Mushrooms: Helpful Tips for Mushrooming in the Field Autor Pelle Holmberg – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

The Pocket Guide to Wild Mushrooms: Helpful Tips for Mushrooming in the Field When youre in the wild and you spot a nice looking mushroom, how do you know if it is safe to eat Question no with the The Pocket Guide to Wild Mushrooms This tiny companion is the perfect book to bring along when foraging for delectable fungi Inside its neatly arranged pages are fifty two edible mushrooms as well as the mushrooms with which they are often confused, whether edible or toxicBeautiful photographs adorn the pages with mushrooms in the wild as well as picked, showing them from a multitude of angles Study these photographs and you will become adept at recognizing edible and safe mushrooms Even those who are unfamiliar with the mushroom forest can make a start at foraging with this instructional work, and, with the help of The Pocket Guide to Wild Mushrooms, can become experts in no timeUsing practical symbol systems, distribution maps, and tips on picking, cleaning, cooking, and canning, the reader will also become familiar with a wide variety of wild mushrooms, including ls, black trumpets, chanterelles, sheep polypore, porcini, a variety of boletes, and many Grabbing this guide on the way out to go hunt for mushrooms will ensure a successful foraging experience

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15 thoughts on “The Pocket Guide to Wild Mushrooms: Helpful Tips for Mushrooming in the Field

  1. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    Handy book, with good photos of the different mushrooms at varying stages of growth and cut longitudinally to show internal structure to help with identification along with the written description The book uses a simple number colour symbol code based on each mushrooms potential look alike and danger of confusion with inedible poisonous counterparts The mushrooms are grouped by family type and each has photos, descriptions in

  2. Eva Eva says:

    It is a well designed guide with plenty of clear pictures and examples of mushrooms Easy to understand markings and advice on how particular mushrooms can be preserved or cooked Highly recommended

  3. fairlyquasi fairlyquasi says:

    Only covers the best known mushrooms and not all exists in England Very disappointed.

  4. Chris Chris says:

    Very well laid out, especially for a beginner such as myself Starts you off with edible mushrooms that you could only confuse with other edible mushrooms Would certainly recommend.

  5. A. Cheshire A. Cheshire says:

    Great book

  6. BB BB says:

    Bought for a friend who is interested in mushroom picking he loves it

  7. shiner840 shiner840 says:

    Easy to follow, great descriptions, nice photos.

  8. Madrascal Madrascal says:

    Good book Not been poisoned yet

  9. Chatty Kathy Chatty Kathy says:

    just what we were looking for

  10. Lily K Lily K says:

    It is a handy size but it hasn t given my husband the confidence to eat any of the mushrooms he has found.


    love this handy book keep it in my pack on my little hikes

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  13. Nycole Armon Nycole Armon says:

    This book is very handy for some of the common edible mushrooms you ll find I wish it had other mushrooms such as Chicken of the Woods, Hen of the Woods and a few others They had several types of Chantrelle and that felt a bit excessive Having said that, I still believe it will be very useful as it showed me better identification methods and explained in text and pictures what their look a likes look like I have to disagree with the Pocket aspect in the title Maybe if you re a guy or wear something with lar

  14. K. Peterson K. Peterson says:

    I like this pocket guide because it is easy to carry and refer to It isn t my favorite mushrooming book, that one is the Mushrooms of the Upper Midwest, but it is small and easy to use It has made a great cross reference book and helped me determine what shroom I m looking at when in the woods.

  15. W. Veale W. Veale says:

    Too short, simplistic, and UK oriented It is rather a light treatment, and little discussion of how to differentiate between species Nice pics, but not a real guide in any sense More of a good bathroom read.

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