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Edible Wild Mushrooms Of Illinois And Surrounding States

Author : Joe McFarland
ISBN : 0252094271
Genre : Nature
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Lavishly illustrated with nearly three hundred gorgeous full-color photos, this engaging guidebook carefully describes forty different edible species of wild mushrooms found around Illinois and surrounding states, including Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri, Indiana, and Kentucky. With conversational and witty prose, the book provides extensive detail on each edible species, including photographs of potential look-alikes to help you safely identify and avoid poisonous species. Mushroom lovers from Chicago to Cairo will find their favorite local varieties, including morels, chanterelles, boletes, puffballs, and many others. Veteran mushroom hunters Joe McFarland and Gregory M. Mueller also impart their wisdom about the best times and places to find these hidden gems. Edible Wild Mushrooms of Illinois and Surrounding States also offers practical advice on preparing, storing, drying, and cooking with wild mushrooms, presenting more than two dozen tantalizing mushroom recipes from some of the best restaurants and chefs in Illinois, including one of Food & Wine magazine's top 10 new chefs of 2007. Recipes include classics like Beer Battered Morels, Parasol Mushroom Frittatas, and even the highly improbable (yet delectable) Morel Tiramisu for dessert. As the first new book about Illinois mushrooms in more than eighty years, this is the guide that mushroom hunters and cooks have been craving. Visit the book's companion website at www.illinoismushrooms.com.
Category: Nature

Wild Growing Mushrooms For The Edible City Cadmium And Lead Content In Edible Mushrooms Harvested Within The Urban Agglomeration Of Berlin Germany

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ISBN : OCLC:1052100391
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Abstract: Health effects by consuming urban garden products are discussed controversially due to high urban pollution loads. We sampled wild edible mushrooms of different habitats and commercial mushroom cultivars exposed to high traffic areas within Berlin, Germany. We determined the content of cadmium and lead in the fruiting bodies and analysed how the local setting shaped the concentration patterns. EU standards for cultivated mushrooms were exceeded by 86% of the wild mushroom samples for lead and by 54% for cadmium but not by mushroom cultures. We revealed significant differences in trace metal content depending on species, trophic status, habitat and local traffic burden. Higher overall traffic burden increased trace metal content in the biomass of wild mushrooms, whereas cultivated mushrooms exposed to inner city high traffic areas had significantly lower trace metal contents. Based on these we discuss the consequences for the consumption of mushrooms originating from urban areas. Graphical abstract: Highlights: Popular edible mushrooms display large variations in Cd and Pb content. Low accumulating species are Sparassis crispa, Boletus luridus, or Boletus badius. High accumulating species are Agaricus ssp., Russula vesca, or Calvatia gigantea. Cd and Pb content in wild growing edible mushrooms were mostly above EU limits for cultivated mushrooms. Cd and Pb content in commercial mushrooms cultures were regularly below EU limits for cultivated mushrooms. Abstract : Commercial mushroom cultures can be integrated into 'Edible City' approaches, but majority of wild growing mushroom samples highly accumulate trace metals.
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Mineral Composition And Radioactivity Of Edible Mushrooms

Author : Pavel Kalac
ISBN : 9780128176061
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Mineral Composition and Radioactivity of Edible Mushrooms is the definitive reference guide that collects and collates all recent very dispersed data and information on mushroom mineral elements and radioactivity. The book deals with the overall outline of the major and trace mineral elements of many both wild growing and cultivated mushroom species, including chemistry, biochemistry and environmental context, losses of minerals during mushroom preservation and cooking, and nutritional and health implications. This monography also includes a chapter on natural and anthropogenic radionuclides, along with the lessons learned after the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters concerning mushroom radioactivity. Thoroughly explores factors affecting accumulation and distribution of numerous major and trace mineral elements within fruiting bodies, Brings the overall information on sources and levels of natural and artificial radioactivity of mushrooms.
Category: Health & Fitness

Genetics And Breeding Of Edible Mushrooms

Author : A.C. Chang
ISBN : 9781351445733
Genre : Science
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This text not only explores the breeding problems for Agaricus bisporus, the button mushroom, but approaches the subject in the context of the large range of edible mushrooms which are currently under commercial cultivation worldwide. From the background and general objectives of culture collection and breeding to the genetic systems of edible mushrooms and the molecular biological approaches to breeding, the coverage is in-depth and current. The applications of breeding programmes for specific purposes, including provision of a food source, production of high value fungal metabolites and upgrading of lignocellulosic wastes and wastewater treatment are also discussed.
Category: Science

Growing Gourmet And Medicinal Mushrooms

Author : Paul Stamets
ISBN : 9781607741381
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 28.31 MB
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After years of living in awe of the mysterious fungi known as mushrooms-chefs, health enthusiasts, and home cooks alike can't get enough of these rich, delicate morsels. With updated production techniques for home and commercial cultivation, detailed growth parameters for 31 mushroom species, a trouble-shooting guide, and handy gardening tips, this revised and updated handbook will make your mycological landscapes the envy of the neighborhood.
Category: Gardening

The Complete Mushroom Hunter Revised

Author : Gary Lincoff
ISBN : 9781631594113
Genre : Nature
File Size : 28.68 MB
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In The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised, Gary Lincoff escorts you through the culinary history of the mushroom and on to preparing and serving the fungi. Gathering edible wild food is a lovely way to forge a connection to the Earth. Mushrooms are the ultimate local food source; they grow literally everywhere, from mountains and woodlands to urban and suburban parks to your own backyard. The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised will enrich your understanding of the natural world and build an appreciation for an ancient, critically relevant, and useful body of knowledge. Mushroom guru Gary Lincoff escorts you from the mushroom's earliest culinary awakening, through getting equipped for mushroom forays, to preparing and serving the fruits of the foray, wherever you live. Inside you'll find: A brief, colorful history of mushroom hunting worldwide How to get equipped for a mushroom foray A completely illustrated guide to the common wild edible mushrooms and their poisonous look-alikes Where to find your fare, and how to identify them How to prepare and serve your fungi Thirty delicious recipes All this, plus dozens of colorful, priceless anecdotes from living the mushroom lifestyle. The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised is truly the definitive guide to this exciting hobby!
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Growing Wild Mushrooms

Author : Bob Harris
ISBN : 1579510663
Genre : Nature
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This step-by-step guide introduces the beginning mushroom cultivator to everything he needs to know, from sterile culture procedures to indoor bottle gardens to indoor/outdoor compost gardens. Ten chapters cover equipment, growing media, compost, small indoor quantities, starting cultures, and incubation. Black-and-white line drawings and half-tones complement the 16 full color photos taken by the author, founder of the mail order business Mushroom People.
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Mushroom Cultivation In India

Author : B.C. Suman
ISBN : 817035479X
Genre : Cultivated mushroom
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It is generally realized that there is an acute shortage of literature on mushroom cultivation based on the requirements of the growers in our country. Therefore the present book has been written keeping those factors in view and the book shows a great variety of cheap and useless materials, eg agricultural, industrial and forest waste, that can be successfully used as media for growing the various edible mushrooms. The book emphasizes mainly on the applied (cultivation) aspect of edible mushroom and is intended for anyone who is interested in edible mushroom the experience mushroom specialists; seasonal commercial grower or simply layman. The aim or writing this book, is that it will encourage and stimulate further research on all aspect of edible mushroom with special attention directed towards discovering new edible species and improving both the quality the yield of existing ones. This would eventually lead to their mass production accompanied by reduction in cost, ultimately bringing this commodity with in the reach of common man. Contents Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Global Status of Mushroom Production; Chapter 3: Importance of Mushroom; Chapter 4: History of Mushroom Cultivation in India; Chapter 5: Food Value of Mushrooms; Chapter 6: Steps in Mushroom Growing; Selection of site and types of mushroom to be grown, Mushroom farm structure, design and layout, Principles and techniques of compost and composting, Principles and techniques of spawn production, Casing and crop production, Environmental crop management, Harvesting and marketing; Chapter 7: Cultivation Technology of Specialty Mushrooms; Agaricus bitorquis, Pleurotus species, Paddy straw mushroom, Calocybe indica, Lentinula edodes, Flammulina velutipes, Agrocybe aegerita, Auricularia species; Chapter 8: Pests and Pathogens of Mushrooms; Chapter 9: Post Harvest Handling and Preservation of Mushrooms; Chapter 10: Mushroom Poisoning.
Category: Cultivated mushroom

Urban Homesteading

Author : Rachel Kaplan
ISBN : 9781616080549
Genre : Gardening
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Teaches self-reliance, sustainability, and green living in urban areas, from growing food with limited space and making solar cookers to raising chickens.
Category: Gardening