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are said to be detoxified with Neolentinus. Some other polyaromatic hydrocarbons are broken down by the fungus as well, according to Science.com, an on-line database of scientific papers used by the EPA.
but, since it most often grows on wooden railroad ties (well, where such still exist), rarely collected as far as I know. Its flesh is rather tough even in young fruit bodies (which are, from what I know, the only ones sometimes eaten) and the taste is said to be mediocre (I haven’t ever tried it).
commonly eaten in Russia, Dmitriy? Haven’t tried it myself, but N. ponderosa is eaten here.