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There’s a lot of these on a stubble field opposite my house.. are they edible ? I must admit I ain’t a clue on shrooms 👍🏼

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4 hours ago, Mr Wilkes said:

Lol, I’ll give one a go... what’s the worse that can happen 🤪

You could make her happy that's the worst thing lol, let her try it. 

Good eating get it down ya👍

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Recon its a "Field mushroom" but is a little shaggy on top of the cap, theres one called the "Prince" which it looks a bit like and is well sort after have a look at this site. Cut the stem near the bottom if it goes bright chrome yellow DON'T EAT IT, it would be "The Yellow Stainer" the main one people get muddled up with "Field Mushrooms".

GL posted a picture of a "Yellow Stainer" in the thread First Mushroom about a mouth or so ago.

Put it on a piece of paper the spores should be dark brown for a field mushroom.

https://www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/

Cheers Arry

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just make sure your 100%.a experienced mate came unstuck with yellow stills made him very ill.good luck👍

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2 hours ago, Mr Wilkes said:

Arry, you are god.. thank you 👍🏼

No mate had books for years before I would eat any thing a bit different from the norm. But Fred90 is right more people poisoned by the "Yellow Stainer" than any thing else, I think I'm right in saying.

Cheers Arry

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