Observation 47496: Boletus bicolor Peck
When: 2010-06-25
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By: AmatoxinApocalypse (AmatoxinApocalypse)
2010-06-27 11:40:08 PDT (-0700)

Yes some people have gastric disturbances from them, but as Alan rockefeller once said “gastric disturbances are for sissies” :)

Its hard to find them here that are as perfect as the one you have, no bugs in the stem that is beautiful. The first time I ate them I was worried about being in the car with 5 other hunters with mushroom gas, but all was well they were delicious.

Just take a very small amount cook it well then eat it. See how your stomach feels after that.

I thought about eating it
By: Dan Molter (shroomydan)
2010-06-27 11:30:35 PDT (-0700)

but I fear the possible sickness. Some people report getting sick from eating them. They smell wonderful.

By: AmatoxinApocalypse (AmatoxinApocalypse)
2010-06-27 11:22:11 PDT (-0700)

Did you take it home to eat? They are wonderful with eggs.

I usually get only a little
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2010-06-27 09:51:38 PDT (-0700)

bluing on cut flesh… sometimes none at all.

By: Dan Molter (shroomydan)
2010-06-27 09:48:40 PDT (-0700)

I’ve noticed that the skin and pore surface bruises blue, but the inside stays yellow when cut.

For the previous few years
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2010-06-27 09:22:56 PDT (-0700)

I’ve noticed the occasional and not so slow blue/black bruising on the stipes of what I call bicolor here in PA.

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