Ramaria largentii
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Location: Colorado
Edibility: Edible, with Caution
Color: Yellow to Orange

Habitat:
Ramaria Largentii grows in the woods, on the ground.

Description:
This fungus is not recommended as an edible due to unknown possible poisonous lookalikes and laxative effects. Although I do know people who eat these. It reminds me of cauliflower especially when cut. It is often very abundant but very fragile and full of dirt. I did try some jerky made from these that was wonderful. It's best to avoid any pink or reddish Ramarias.

Last Updated:
Jul 20 2021 12:54 PM

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