1. The Mushroom Hunters-An Interview with Langdon Cook


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    In this interview with Langdon Cook, author of The Mushroom Hunters, we discuss his book and his first-hand encounters on the commercial wild mushroom trail.

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    • Mushroom Pickle


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      • Game Season: Grouse


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        In the second episode of our seasonal guide to game, try this scrumptious little bird with wild mushrooms on toast. See more videos on Crane.tv: http://crane.tv Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/crane.tv Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CraneTV Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/cranetv

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        • Frosty Wind Rivers


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          September 2014 backpacking trip to the wind rivers starting from the Worthen Meadow trail head. We caught cutthroats, brooks, rainbows, goldens and grayling from the streams and lakes that we explored. Soundtrack: Cosmic Echos - Tired Eyes, Big Chief - Professor Longhair, SuperMario Bros, Days Like This - Van Morrison, Nap Rico Van - John Swihart

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          • Wild Food is all around us.


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            From forest to ocean to prairie, Untamed Feast is always searching the unbeaten path to bring you delights from the wild. Wild mushrooms + sea weed + rice + protein + veg + grains. The diversity is not only delicious, it's the pinnacle of nutritiousness eating. Add a little wild to your plate.

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            • Untamed Feast Montage


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              This is a look at the adventure behind Untamed Feast Wild Food Products. We search the unbeaten path to bring you delights from the wild for you to enjoy in your own kitchens. Add a little wild to your plate.

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              • Salmon en Papillote with Wild Mushrooms


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                Chef Kathryn Yeomans of The Farmer’s Feast demonstrates how to make a succulent wild and cultivated mushroom dish with fresh salmon to deeply satisfy all earthly pleasures, including the olfactory senses. Read the full post and get the recipe on Cooking Up a Story: http://cookingupastory.com/salmon-en-papillote-with-wild-mushrooms

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                • Kenmore Wild Mushroom and Asparagus Tart – Product Demo


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                  Chef Kari Karch uses a Kenmore induction cooktop and Kenmore electric double-wall oven to create a wild mushroom and asparagus tart.

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                  • Turkey Tail- Mushrooms in the garden


                    from Todd Mansfield Added 95 0 0

                    http://www.deeplivingproject.com.au Turkey Tail mushrooms are about as unlike the common button mushroom as you can get, but it’s still worth learning to identify them because they are among some of the leading medicinal mushrooms being studied at the moment! They are easy enough to grow but seeing as they are one of the most common mushrooms and can be found in almost any climate it might be even easier to learn to spot them in the wild. We used un-milled birch hardwood logs as garden edging and lo and behold, a year or so later Turkey Tails began popping out of each and every log! A bit of an unexpected yield, but I’m not complaining! They can be identified by their overlapping, multi-coloured, flattened caps and tough flesh and grow on just about any type of deadwood. The underside of the mushroom is off-white with pores instead of gills. Now onto the good bit… Turkey Tails are one among the few mushrooms that are being studied for their quite remarkable medicinal potential. In Asia they have approved an extract from the mushroom (PSK) as an anti-cancer drug and studies are showing that medicinal extracts from the mushroom boost the immune system considerably. Preparation… There are a handful of different preparation techniques but my favorite, maybe because it’s the easiest, is to pick the mushroom, brush off any dirt, dice them up, and chuck them into a soup stock that I’m going to have on the stove for at least a few hours. I like to keep the pieces of mushroom fairly large so that they can be removed before eating. Even though the Turkey Tail mushroom is easily identified I always like to add that you should always go mushroom hunting with a pro and never ever ever eat a mushroom unless you’re 110% sure what it is!

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                    • The Wild Mushroom Hunt


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                      https://www.deeplivingproject.com.au https://www.facebook.com/deeplivingproject It's mid autumn here in Australia and we had a chance to go out to our secret mushroom patch to see if any tasty wild mushrooms had poked their heads up. I was certain we wouldn't have any luck but brought along a knife and the camera just in case. There where more Pine mushrooms than I had ever seen before! We brought along an old cardboard box and filled it to the brim without even denting the patch! It's always good practice to leave the older mushrooms so they can drop their spores and reinvigorate the patch. The Pine Mushrooms aka Saffron Milkcap (lactarius deliciosus) is a mycorrhizal mushroom growing in pine forests, it has a beautiful fluorescent orange colour and bruises green when damaged. Please don't try to use this video to identify any mushrooms. Only go mushroom hunting with an expert and don't eat a mushroom unless you are 110% sure it's edible!!

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