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OregonOutbackRanchWife

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    Eastern Oregon
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    God, Family, Freedon, Being in the outdoors, ranching, gardening, foraging, hunting, photography, horses, camping, fishing, learning about wild editable, alternative medicines that God gave us

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  1. Can you help me ID this? This was found in Grant County Oregon about 5,000 ft on a standing tree. It reminds me of a roasted marshmallow thrown at a tree. Thanks in advance.
  2. Howdy to all, I am a ranch wife in eastern Oregon in the high dessert. Nice to meet y’all. My husband and I manage a large cattle ranch and enjoy the outdoors. The Last few years, I have found many things on the ranch to forage and learning what the plants are and weather they are edible/medicinal and what the Native Americans ate and healed themselves in the 1800’s in this valley. I have been broadening my horizons on hunting mushrooms. My favorite are morels. But I am S L O W L Y … learning about other editable, medicinals and poisonous ones as well. Yesterday we found what we thought was a puffball. I was excited as I brought it home for supper as I have had them before. Knowing there are a few different editable species, I cut it open and found that only 3/4 of it was solid. I no longer felt confident that was the correct ID so I went to look up on line and could not find anything about a puffball being hollow inside- just knew that it should be solid. So I am not sure ID’ed it correctly but rendered it poisonous so I threw the dozen eggs that I had mixed them with (still raw), flushed it down the toilet. So that is what lead me here to learn more on ID’ing correct. FYI; I dont eat any mushroom unless I KNOW 100% without a doubt of what it is. Here is a photos of what I THOUGHT was a puffball …
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