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One gill was rolled on the tip of the tongue. MILD.
I have eaten this species a couple of times and they are great. Three from this collection were cleaned and placed in the refrigerator for breakfast.
Link to brunneola photos, and description as mild tasting, on the UC Davis site:
Also, some photos of R. brunneola that are very similar to Darv’s, on Larry Evan’s Fungal Jungle; these russula are common to Western Montana, and Larry claims that they are very acrid.
Scroll down thru russula section to see:
Created: 2008-07-07 17:40:23 PDT (-0700)
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