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Basket of Boletus

 
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The boys came back with these - mostly boletus, and a couple of parasols. There were more, but some disappeared to the kitchen before I could get the camera out.

Think I might have to experiment with drying some at the rate they're bringing them home...

 
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boletes are great for drying. the flavor gets a lot more intense and they store well. I have a hard time saving them for drying though: we don't get that many so they get eaten right away.
 
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