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TShutters
May 8, 2020 5:28 PM CST
When I was a child we visited with cousins who lived near Delphi and we hunted mushrooms this time of year. We hunted in the wooded areas near the swamps and usually came back with enough to feed the whole family. I think aunt Ruby fried them and they tasted a lot like fried chicken.
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LarryCrutchley
May 8, 2020 10:27 PM CST
TShutters,

Do you think they could of been morels?
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gardengus
May 9, 2020 7:11 AM CST
We sometimes shop and eat at Delphi , not far from us.
I am an Indiana transplant , but people who have family land and know where to hunt here are finding a lot this year.
I normally go to Illinois where we have family and land to hunt . My Mom is 90 and still gets out to hunt (not alone anymore) that is where I learned to find and eat morels and many other wild mushrooms.
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