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We have always related mushrooms growing after it rains. But yesterday we were walking around and were surprised to see so many different types of mushrooms pushing their way through the hard, dry soil.
Isn't this a strange thing?
It has given me a new motivation to learn more about mushrooms, many of which are edible. Wouldn't that be great to know which ones you can harvest and make a nice wild mushroom meal? This particular one smells similar to a button mushroom.