Rowing green (Zelenushka). Where and when are these mushrooms harvested?

Rowing green (Zelenushka). Where and when are these mushrooms harvested?

  • Greenfinch grows singly or in groups in pine, less often mixed forests on sandy soil - from September to frost.

    Mycelium forms mycorrhiza (symbiosis with roots) with coniferous trees.

    The pulp of the fungus is white, it does not darken in the air.

    After boiling, the green color of the cap remains.

    Conditionally edible mushroom. The toxins contained in the greenfinch supposedly affect skeletal muscles. This can occur if you eat a large number of mushrooms of this species.

    However, greenfinch also contains a lot of nutrients (phosphorus, vitamins PP, D, B1 and B2).

    Mushroom can be dried, salted, frozen. When boiling - remove the skin from the cap and rinse thoroughly from the ground and dirt.

    The greenfinch has poisonous and inedible counterparts (rows: sulfuric, sultry, detached).

    On what grounds to distinguish edible rows from inedible - see here.

  • Zelenushka, or Zelenka - is basically a pine mushroom. Look for sandy soil covered with mature pines, better hilly, without thick moss. Grow right out of the sand, a lot.

    Mushroom tasty, has a pleasant smell. It is good in frying, but it is better to marinate or salt it. One inconvenience - it is necessary to wash sand for a long time.

    You can collect from the end of September until December, unless there is a strong frost. But we need moisture.

    And yet: you need to be careful, sometimes a pale grebe is like a greenfinch. At the slightest doubt - throw mercilessly.

  • Zelenushki are late mushrooms that grow mainly in pine forests, where there is sandy soil. Because of the sand, many people don’t collect zelenushkas, as they cannot remove the sand, although this is very easy to do. It is necessary to soak greenfinchs in salt water, the pores will open and the sand falls, and there will be no trace.

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