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Season of the Mushroom Hunt

This forest is a wild buffet

Mushrooms are . Russians have been foraging fungi since time began, and Julius Ceasar loved ‘em sautéed in olive oil and herbs.

I moved from the Tucson desert, full of Saguaro and mesquite trees, to the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains in central Arkansas. In these rolling woodlands a thousand mushroom species raise…




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