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    Morels 2012

    YAY! I LOVE this time of year.
    Found the first morels of the season today. Just babies, but found 14 total. A good sign of things to come in the next 4-6 weeks.


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    To a successful morel season!
    -Carnivoure12
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    AND MANY MORE!!

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    I love morels. I got some that were knocked over by stray hikers once, otherwise, collecting them here is illegal.

    Do you fry them in butter?
    <Av8tor1> as big as peat is, the bear runs not him

    Big Boss, Founder, and Major Cheese of the Canadian Association for the Cultivation of Carnivorous Plants... Ask if you want to join, I'm the only member...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peatmoss View Post
    I love morels. I got some that were knocked over by stray hikers once, otherwise, collecting them here is illegal.

    Do you fry them in butter?
    WHAT!?!?
    They're illegal to collect? I've never heard of such a thing. Canadian burn sites (forest fire areas from a year ago) are the #1 place to get morels in MASS quantities. That's where the corporations go to fund their morel supplies.

    I pan fry in butter, then add them to my steak.

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    Yeah, all the places they grow locally are protected, therefore, illegal to collect. I have only seen three or four while out and about in the woods.

    We have a horrible deer problem here due to the absence of large predators and those wreak havoc on the local echosystem.
    <Av8tor1> as big as peat is, the bear runs not him

    Big Boss, Founder, and Major Cheese of the Canadian Association for the Cultivation of Carnivorous Plants... Ask if you want to join, I'm the only member...

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    Oh oh oh.. I see. So it's not illegal to collect morels. It's just illegal to remove anything from protected land. As it should be.
    I hunt mostly state land. Which is protected from logging and what not, but is open to hunting during the proper seasons.

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