Observation 120272: Tricholoma murrillianum Singer
When: 2012-12-17
No herbarium specimen


This one I managed not to break, before I got to the base. I left some of the sand on the bottom. They were already wet when I brought them in, so I rinsed the debris (if I eat them I am not fond of bugs) off. I am not sure which “veil” this represents. They smell pretty strong to me...
I broke this one off, sorry, first time… This is a better example of the gills, and their attachment.

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By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2012-12-17 21:06:15 EST (-0500)

matsutake in Oregon rarely has bug holes.

If you don’t want it,
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2012-12-17 21:05:23 EST (-0500)

I DEFINATELY do! Prime eating! Try adding it sliced in 1/8-inch slabs to spaghetti sauce over spaghetti. YUM! It takes a while to cook, so let it slow simmer for 20 minutes. It is a firm fungus which tastes terrific to me. To most Asians this is one of the best-eating mushrooms around.

Careful who you share your matsutake bed locations with, algoressister. They are highly sought after, not unlike truffles.

Created: 2012-12-17 12:04:01 EST (-0500)
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