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I'm going to be boring and say chanterelles

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maitakeeeeeeee

 

it's a rare treat though, very expensive. shiitake's also great. 

 

reishi tea is also a favorite but that's more medicinal than edible, not something I would drink solely for the flavor.

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Pine mushrooms! aka Lactarius deliciosus

 

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also yeah, oyster and enoki.. and really any mushrooms tbh, fkn love mushrooms

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Any of the edible ones from the boletaceae family are great, quite dense and meaty, so you don't need to collect as many to make a meal of it.

The amanita muscarias are interesting too, they double as both a deleriant/psychedelic and kitchen mushroom, depending on how you prepare them.

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I collect Boletus edulis "penny bun" or "Steinpilze" every summer and dry them bitches out and goddamn if they aren't hell of quite tasty.

 

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Also shaggy manes. (just gotta get'em before they get inky)

 

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I stopped being wrong a long time ago young man

 

*takes drag on lit mushroom*

 

there is a type of mushroom up here in Alaska called "Punk"  [Plellinus igniarius] that natives dry and crush up and smoke. It apparently potentiates the effects of tobacco.

 

Also you can smoke dried amanita skins. (proceed at your own risk)

 

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