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Eating Black Bulgar Your mouth=Pig's Snout ?

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    The Black Bulgar [  Generally considered as inedible in western countries, and according to some researchers even reported to be poisonous and to cause food-sensitised solar dermatitis, in northeastern China Bulgaria inquinans is treated as a delicacy. We strongly advise against eating these liquorice gum drop lookalikes.]  ----- http://www.first-nature.com/fungi/bulgaria-inquinans.php

   In China, Some people say, don't eat the Black Bulgar mushrooms . They poison you, give you solar dermatitis. Eating too much of it, your mouth will be swollen like pig snout.  Contrarily, some people loved the black Bulgar over Jew's ear mushrooms. They say, it is ok if you wash this mushrooms 20 times and throw some salt into it and refrigerate it over night  then, you can make a cold dish with cucumbers. This is the safe way to eat it. If you are still afraid of eating Bulgar will get you a pig's snout, you can hold an umbrela when eat it, or don't expose yourself to sunlight. 

I have tried this mushrooms. It was pretty good.  So far my mouth is still looks normal, it does not look like, or feel like a pig's snout  to me at all. I sundried some Black Bulgars from my summer mushroom hunting.

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Tolgor(图力古尔

Tolgor(图力古尔)  DAG, Jilin Agricultural University Professor, doctoral tutor, crop fungus academic leaders, the Ministry of education innovation team leader, Taishan scholar of Shandong edible fungi technology,Chinese Mycological Association, member of the Standing Committee of the Committee of experts China Edible Fungus Association, Chinese Association of edible fungi, "branch director mycobiology" "Mycological Research" editorial board. Mainly engaged in the research on fungal diversity and resource conservation. Collection and identification of fungi were 1.5 million, Chinese found new records of 200 kinds, 400 kinds of new records in different provinces, named 1 new genera and 32 new species, a detailed description of 600 kinds of fungi, fungi Chinese "Zhi" editor of three volumes (Pleurotaceae and letinous edodes, strophariaceae, inocybaceae), and complete their more than 20 important genera of molecular phylogenetic framework. Presided over the basic research projects of the Ministry of science and technology, the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Ministry of education "Yangtze scholars and innovation team program" and so on, more than 20 items. There are more than 150 papers published and 8 books published.

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Professor Tolgor says: 
Edible method: after picking fresh fruiting bodies put wash in clean water, and then into the iodine light water gently scrub, until the fruiting body of the surface of the black spores all washed off. Add cucumber slices  make a cold dish.

Application value:  Rich in protein, carbohydrate, fat, amino acid macro elements and trace elements, such as Ca, Fe, Mg, P, Zn and fatty acid. The fruiting body of this fungus has anti-cancer effect and can inhibit the growth of hepatoma cells, and its extracts can reduce blood viscosity.

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Chinese are the people who love mushrooms the most in the world. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5016981/120-000-Chinese-people-worship-giant-mushroom.html

http://zhuanti.emushroom.net/msc2017/

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the 7th national congress and 2017 annual meeting of mycological society

 

 

http://en.emushroom.net     ---- here is the English edition

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Very interesting read thanks Lily. When I see them they look as they do in the second pic. 

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26 minutes ago, MattVa said:

Very interesting read thanks Lily. When I see them they look as they do in the second pic. 

Thanks for reading. You've seen them too.Oftentimes,  I saw them attached to oak tree branches which were almost rotten.  I have more pics in my cellphone, It takes long time to put in my computer. So, I'd like use Chinese blogger's pics, and they don't mind I use them. 

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I have seen them many times in one particular forrest when hunting chants. Usually right on or very near the ground just as you described on very rotted wood. One time I seen them on the root ball of a blown over tree... probably on rotted roots. Hairy rubber cups is what I believe I have seen the most.

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Hmm so those are hairy rubber cups, Galiella rufa? Never heard of anyone eating them. I think I'll pass lol. I've picked wood ears thinking I would try them but haven't yet.

 

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13 hours ago, MattVa said:

I have seen them many times in one particular forrest when hunting chants. Usually right on or very near the ground just as you described on very rotted wood. One time I seen them on the root ball of a blown over tree... probably on rotted roots. Hairy rubber cups is what I believe I have seen the most.

Noooo! They don't have hair at all. actually they are smooth, rubbery. When wash it many times, or broken them, inside them are clear jelly like. 

Here is a video   http://www.iqiyi.com/w_19ru19novl.html

 

Hi, Camiller!  They  are not hairy rubber cups. They are kinda of smooth,liquorice gum drop lookalikes.  I don't know myself :huh:  when comes mushrooms, as long as other people eat, I'll eat it too, no matter what it is. 

Wood ears are good, but these Black Bulgaria are better, much better. 

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