Dryad’s Saddle – edible

An ash has a “great” outcrop of Dryad’s Saddle or Pheasant Back mushroom.

Not sure it’s a good sign for the Ash it’s growing on – however it will probably die soon anyway. See previous post.

Here’s an article on cooking it.  http://foragerchef.com/dryad-saddle-ramen/


Posted on May 19, 2018, in fungi and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Very nice I’d like to try them ,we have beautiful white with pink under side field mushrooms in spring through to autumn after rain they taste lovely I pick them all the time I’ll send some pics next time they come up we get buckets of them
    Hope you are well liss and rodger
    Kind regards john weber and cath

    • Hello John & Cath
      We’re fine thanks. Good to hear from you.
      On a recent walk I was leading I found some St Georges mushrooms (so called because they appear about 23rd April). Only one person in the group was brave enough to take some home & eat them. He’s still alive.
      best wishes
      Liz & Roger

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