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Eat This One, Not That

Adam Haritan leads a foraging expedition

"This is the chanterelle mushroom.”

A wide-eyed, blond-haired man with dual black earplugs flashes two handfuls of orange fungi before the camera.

Cantharellus lateritius,” he explains, “is a delicious, wild, edible fungus that can be found growing during the summer months mycorrhizally [symbiotically] in association with various hardwood trees.” ...


Read the rest of this article by Mark Kramer, published in the May/June 2019 issue of Pennsylvania Magazine:


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