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Welcome to this St. George's Mushroom foraging guide! As the crisp air of spring replaces the chill of winter, the forest floor comes to life with a myriad of treasures, among which the St. George's Mushroom, scientifically known as Calocybe gambosa, holds a special place. Join us as we explore the characteristics, habitat, culinary potential,
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Rose hips are the fruits of the rose flower plant. Rose hips replace the fallen flowers when the temperatures lower. Rose hips are edible and are shaped round or oval. The color of rose hips is normally bright red to orange – the darker the red the riper.

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The sweet violet (Viola odorata) is a perennial flowering plant native to Europe and Asia. It belongs to the violet family, which includes over 500 different species. It is also known by the names of wood violet, common violet, florist’s violet, English violet, and garden violet. Odorata, which is part of the Latin name of
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Stinging Nettle Cake is a funny and super tasty way of using stinging nettles. The cake is sweet and moist and tastes amazing. The stinging nettle cake has a priceless natural bright green color and is topped with icing. I decorated the cake using fresh nettle leaves, but I took them off before eating them.
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This quiche recipe is filled with tasty wild mushrooms and shredded chicken in a mix of milk, heavy cream, and egg. The recipe is made with fresh funnel chanterelles and black trumpet mushrooms and is the perfect autumn quiche recipe.

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