North American Mushrooms: A Field Guide to Edible and Inedible Fungi

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Falcon Guide, 2006 - 583 páginas
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With more than 600 brilliant color photographs, detailed line drawings, informative and illuminating descriptions, and critical identification keys, NORTH AMERICAN MUSHROOMS is the definitive guide to the fungi of the United States and Canada. This comprehensive book for expert and amateur alike offers tips on how, where, and when to collect wild mushrooms; suggestions for culinary uses; a section on mushroom toxins; and pictorial keys and glossaries to aid the user in precise identification. This is a must-have reference book for anyone interested in wild mushrooms, their uses, and their habitats.Dr. Orson K. Miller, Jr. is one of the preeminent mycologists in the United States. His wife and research partner, Hope H. Miller is the author of a wild mushroom cookbook.

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Many people have said for years that there is no nutritional value in mushrooms. In fact, mushrooms contain vitamins A, C, D, and all the B complex vitamins. Recently scientists have identified folic acid and selenium, as well. Mushrooms also contain no fat, little sodium, and no cholesterol, and have very few calories. However, it is extremely important to know your mushrooms when collecting for consumption in the wild. Just because you have collected and eaten something in the East or in Europe or Asia, does not mean it is the same species in another area of this country or in the world. Make sure you have accurate, local information. Joining a club or contacting a professional in the area where you can learn what is good and what is not is most important. Remember: When in doubt, throw it out!

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