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Wild mushrooms soups

Wild mushrooms are versatile and can be used in soups, risottos, sauces, etc. I prepared for you a list of soups with wild mushrooms.

If you are trying to forage wild mushrooms all I can say is that you are in for a treat. They grow throughout the year, but in the fall they are the most abundant. Don’t forget:

  • Never eat any fungus that you are not sure
  • Use a field guide and don’t rely on the photos from a mushroom book
  • Don’t use plastic bag when you collect them, use a basket – plastic accelerates the decomposition process
  • If you are eating for the first time, have small amounts to make sure the body handles it well
  1. Boletus mushrooms cream soup

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    Boletus mushrooms cream soup
  2. Honey fungus borscht

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    Honey Fungus borscht
  3. Porcini mushroom borscht

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    Porcini mushrooms borscht

 

Enjoy!

36 thoughts on “Wild mushrooms soups”

  1. Another reason to use a basket is that it will allow spores from the mushrooms to shake out along your way (my uncle taught me this). There are usually a fair amount of mushroom foraging classes this time of year and for any novice, I highly recommend taking one of these.

  2. Delicious looking soup … there is a mushroom seller locally that advertises but I’m leery of the price per pound so I do my mushroom shopping at the grocery store. They have 5-6 different varieties as well as the usual white button mushrooms.

  3. Wow. It is so amazing that you created a dish with a mushroom and new all of the right things to look for in making sure that it is good for you to eat. You also listed dishes that incorporated mushroom and I just think that is an amazing to add in your blog.

  4. I made it this weekend when I was too lazy to do anything else.
    Also, I had some mushrooms to use, I also had some other mushrooms that I came in also eventually reef nutmeg.
    It can be recommended for your soup, and perfect for a good autumn soup

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