Thank you! I am raising two of these and now I'm thinking I should have gotten more:)
I live in Western NC, about 40 miles NE of Ahseville, at about 4,000 elevation. I have some oak logs that were inoculated with shitake spores about 5 years ago, but have never produced. Suddenly (it's early May, been very wet and cool), my logs are covered with what look like shitakes. Are there wild poisonous mushrooms from this area that may have taken over my logs, which look like shitakes? I am itching to gather these, but am wondering if it's possible for the spores to stay dormant this long. Sure don't want to eat anything that I shouldn't.
If Yamazushi goes vegan, I will never set foot in the place. The whole article had me very, very interested... until reading that one line. I'm all for a fine dining experience, and it sounds like a wonderful date. But if it's vegan, count me out. Japanese food without some sort of meat is not Japanese food.
Indy Week • 302 E. Pettigrew St., Suite 300, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
RSS Feeds | Powered by Foundation