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French Food TraditionsWild Mushrooms

It is more than strongly suggested that you don't eat any wild mushrooms unless you are certain they are edible. Always check with a local or someone in the know before eating!

If you ever see people walking in pastures in the autumn chances are they are looking for wild mushrooms. Some might be looking for the 'black gold' of mushrooms truffles, or another less expensive local variety; either way whatever they find will be well worth it.

Most years you will find an ample supply of wild mushrooms. There's nothing better than having a morning's walk, then coming home, to cook up some mushrooms you have picked.

If you don't feel up to picking your own, many local markets in the autumn should have wild mushrooms for sale.

Picking wild mushrooms in France.


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