Notes: Abundant flushes, fruiting on well rotted and waterlogged pieces of conifer wood(Pacific silver fir).
Along the creekside snowmelt melt predominantly.
Temp: mid 50’s. Overnight freeze.
Everyone sampled from these and decided they’re better dried and thin sliced in “hot n sour” soup than raw. I did like the snappy, crisp, jelly texture tho.
Could be good and crispy in a summer salad perhaps?
We’ll have to experiment further-
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