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Mushrooms: Chanterelles
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The Cantharellus, a trumpet-shaped, yellowish, mushroom found in woodlands. The very similar False Chanterelle (Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca) has finer, more orange gills and a darker cap. It is edible, but typically a culinary disappointment.



One of the very few wild mushrooms traditionally eaten in England. See:
Cep or Penny Buns
Chanterelles
Chicken-of-the-woods
Giant Puffball or Puff-Fist
Morel or Sponge Mushroom



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