Notes: Large mushroom under Douglas Fir. Clear of understory plants. Color of the cap is chocolatety-purple. A Russula?
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to taste other parts I think, but I usually try some gills.
No xerampelina smell – could be Russula integra then.
After sitting on my counter overnight, the cap of this mushroom smells and tastes like a grocery store white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus). I would call the smell as mushroomy, and the taste as savory or umami.
I peeled the cap before tasting and I didn’t taste the stem. Should I taste the other parts?
Reminds of something in the xerampelina group
Created: 2012-12-09 02:26:44 MST (-0700)
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