Closerie Falaiseau Mushrooms

Leccinum griseum – Bolet rude des charmes

Yesterday, we found our first leccinum carpini in the little wood behind our house. The taste of this boletus is nothing sensational but it still enhanced the taste of our omelette.
Hier nous avons trouvé notre premier bolet des charmes (leccinum carpini, également appelé bolet raboteux, bolet rugueux et cèpe gris) dans le petit bois derrière notre maison. Le goût n’est pas sensationnel mais il améliore quand même l’omelette.

3 replies on “Leccinum griseum – Bolet rude des charmes”

@William Then I won’t go mushroom hunting with you! Seriously, the bolets (the ones with spores underneath) are all edible.
@Stuart It seems there are girolles not far from us so we’re hoping to find some next time.

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