majamin Posted October 12, 2012 Report Share Posted October 12, 2012 I don't know about you folks in Washington/Oregon and surrounding states, but we're finally getting some rainy days here on the west coast of BC. The real 'shrooming officially begins! I found these under a pine (lodgepole, to my best knowledge) recently, cleaned, and consumed them. Fried them in left-over (Canadian) thanksgiving pot-drippings. Mild and delicious. I am quite sure that they are Suillus brevipes, but I'm not certain. They were scattered in a ring around the tree, in small clusters and individual specimens. What do you think? Thanks, Marian. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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