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Huvitav! Mu vanaema teadis palju seentest, mina va...

2007-10-26T20:37:00.000+03:00

Huvitav! Mu vanaema teadis palju seentest, mina vaid ostan poest. I live in the United States now and my husband (American, not Estonian) thinks Estonians have a fixation about mushrooms. He might be right... I've taught him to say "Käi seenele!" amongst other important phrases.

Anyway I'm just researching photos for an illustration I'm doing and it was very interesting reading your blog.



Anonymous - uurisin seda tõmmuriisikate värki inte...

2006-10-11T01:10:00.000+03:00

Anonymous - uurisin seda tõmmuriisikate värki internetist ja väga vastuolulist infot sai. Nt OÜ Viiberg müüb tõmmuriisikaid ja ajalehedki propageerivad neid. Kui muid seeni pole, siis vast korjan natukene edaspidigi, aga igatahes tänud info eest!

Bernard - great question! I definitely agree on the last supper point, but as I still hope to live many long and happy years to come, I'll steer away from poisonous ones.

Brilynn - maybe the puffballs we have in Estonia are slightly different, because they go dark and powdery when they grow much bigger? I'd love to eat some giant puffball steaks thou!

Clivia - have you had a chance to go to the forests yet? I really wish I could find trattkantareller in Estonia, which seem to abundant in Sweden & Finland, and which I like a lot.

Orchidea - my bf found a boletus edulis/porcini in the forest last weekend, but other boletus-mushrooms seem to be more common.

Paz - I did indeed, and I was very proud of myself:)

Neil - those russulas (I think it's Russula emetica on the picture) are definitely considered edible in Estonia, they just need to be cooked before to make them digestible and get rid of the poisons:)

Thredahlia - tänud. Ja mina tahaks väga minna sinna salapärasesse kukeseenemetsa, kus Sina pidevalt käid. Tahan ka kukeseenepulbrit kastmesse raputamiseks ning võiga praetud seeni röstisaiale!

Chloe - my photographer is wonderful indeed:)

Nicky - going to the forest with my bf and his mum is almost like going to the woods with my grandma - these are the very same woods, you see:) I guess visiting those old childhood haunts make these forest-visits so much more enchanting..

Paddy Hanna - well, I don't know either, but I've got some Russian friends here in Edinburgh that regularly go mushroom-forageing somewhere nearby and always find loads. And then invite me over to eat them:) Also, Valvona & Crolla (you'll find a link on my front page) organises wild mushroom hunting tours in the autumn - maybe you could hook up with them?



it's october i want mushrooms. WHERe? i live in gl...

2006-10-10T20:57:00.000+03:00

it's october
i want mushrooms. WHERe?
i live in glasgow, can't seem to fall onto a good spot



Your basket looks very impressive! I loved going t...

2006-09-21T09:33:00.000+03:00

Your basket looks very impressive! I loved going to the woods with my grandma, she was a real pro concerning wild mushrooms. While she filled basket after basket, I was hunting down the poisonous ones, just to see if I could distinguish them from the rest.



this basket looks amazing Pille. I can't tell you...

2006-09-19T23:46:00.000+03:00

this basket looks amazing Pille. I can't tell you how jealous I am. And your photographer is doing a great job.



Mmmmm, kui mõnus pilt! Tahan ka seenele :)

2006-09-18T16:00:00.000+03:00

Mmmmm, kui mõnus pilt! Tahan ka seenele :)



I've often wondered about those mauve russulas, we...

2006-09-18T04:25:00.000+03:00

I've often wondered about those mauve russulas, we've seen plenty where we pick but no-one is picking them, so we don't either. If your still well in six months, maybe we will try some too!!! I've read somewhere that if you eat to many second class mushrooms i.e. ones you have to boil to make safe, over time you can accumulate them in your system and bad effects can follow. It was good advice to remove the poisonous mushrooms from your basket, as the spore can be poisonous too.



Wow! You picked all that! wonderful!Paz

2006-09-18T02:43:00.000+03:00

Wow! You picked all that! wonderful!

Paz



Beautiful basket! I love mushrooms... Porcini are ...

2006-09-17T16:54:00.000+03:00

Beautiful basket! I love mushrooms... Porcini are my favorite. You can find many in Sweden too.
Ciao.



What a basket! And I don´t recognize any of them.....

2006-09-16T23:06:00.000+03:00

What a basket! And I don´t recognize any of them... Well, maybe the brown with freckles in the top right corner is a sandsopp. I haven´t had time for proper mushroom picking yet but after tomorrow there will be more time.



I love picking morels and puffballs. I've never p...

2006-09-16T19:27:00.000+03:00

I love picking morels and puffballs. I've never picked the puffballs when they're tiny though, only when they're about soccer ball size, and then I fry them up like steaks in lots of butter, yum!



While reading this blog I stumbled over philosophi...

2006-09-15T16:17:00.000+03:00

While reading this blog I stumbled over philosophical question: is a good-tasting, but poisonous mushroom edible or non-edible? The question arose as I have eaten fried, not boiled brown roll-rim mushrooms and they actually taste pretty good. Only later these mushrooms were declared by experts poisonous. From my point of view as a serious gourmand I would consider overcooked fish non-edible, while poisonous but delicious meal is fully acceptable for last supper :-)



Lactarius turpis (seaseeneks seda meie kandis kuts...

2006-09-15T11:10:00.000+03:00

Lactarius turpis (seaseeneks seda meie kandis kutsutakse)kuulutati mõne aasta eest väga kahjulikuks seeneks, sest sisaldavat kantserogeenseid aineid. Omal ajal sai neid k6vasti korjatud ja söödud küll. Ilusad nad on ja kahju metsa jätta, aga mina neid enam ei korja.