Observation 180573: Boletopsis grisea (Peck) Bondartsev & Singer
When: 2014-09-27
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found beneath Douglas fir and Western hemlock.

Extremely dense, hard flesh. Dense, barely visible pores underneath(white pore surface). Hard, incurved margin. Gray, with slight black and brown tones on cap.

Odor: pleasant, earthy.

Taste: extremely bitter.

Elevation: 4500ft.

Temp: 40’s.

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Sliced thin(don’t mind the larva) and dehydrated- pulverized into powder to be mixed with kosher salt. Sweet, spicy kurotake salt will be a treat for the next few seasons at least.
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Sliced thin(don’t mind the larva) and dehydrated- pulverized into powder to be mixed with kosher salt. Sweet, spicy kurotake salt will be a treat for the next few seasons at least.
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Sliced thin(don’t mind the larva) and dehydrated- pulverized into powder to be mixed with kosher salt. Sweet, spicy kurotake salt will be a treat for the next few seasons at least.
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Sliced thin(don’t mind the larva) and dehydrated- pulverized into powder to be mixed with kosher salt. Sweet, spicy kurotake salt will be a treat for the next few seasons at least.

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