Some wild plants and mushrooms are deadly poisonous!
When foraging for wild edibles, you must be able to correctly identify what you are picking. If you are not 100% sure you identified wild food correctly, you should not eat it!
As with any form of identification, judgement should not be made on any single characteristic but a combination of characteristics and people new to mushrooms should consult with an experienced grower/forager.
Never rely on one source for identification of wild edibles, and never eat any wild food without multiple sources of positive identification. Likewise, never rely on any single characteristic for identification, but a combination of characteristics. Do not eat any wild plants or mushrooms just from viewing this website.
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You use the content in this website at your own risk.
There is risk to ingesting wild mushrooms. Many mushrooms are poisonous some are deadly poisonous. Serious illness and even death can occur from ingesting wild mushrooms.
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Any person who ingests mushrooms or any other potentially dangerous fungi does so at their own risk!
Never eat any wild mushroom if you are not absolutely sure it is edible. Also keep in mind that there are people who are allergic to some or all species of mushrooms. Even when you know how to identify a specific mushroom well, weather conditions, animal interference and a plethora of other reasons can cause differences in appearance of mushrooms that could lead to misidentification.
When in doubt, throw it out!
Identification, harvesting and preparation of any plant for ingestion or other personal use requires reasonable care and attention to details.
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Everyone who chooses to consume or use plants does so at their own risk. You are encouraged to consult wild plant field guides to assist in the accurate identification of any plant you intend to use.