"Finally – now comes the chanterelles"
"Now they begin to, literally, pop up like mushrooms – chanterelles! It gleams yellow in the forests and the hunt is started. Here are the tips for a successful svamputflykt."
"Between the trees appear slightly yellow, is it not? Nah, one more yellow leaf that fooled. Hunt for chanterelles is not always so simple. Where can they be? At kärrkanten, under the trees or in the grass? "
"But right as it is, they stand there, in the middle of the path, and the happiness is total."
"are you one of those who almost never find any edible mushrooms in the forest? There are actually a few places you should look a little bit extra for. Below the hillocks in the south, which drains the water down and the moisture is retained longer, which fungi likes. "
"Fungi live in symbiosis with trees, most commonly pine, birch, fir, oak, aspen and beech. So you'll see a aspdunge, go there and flip a bit on the black leaves on the ground, so you might want to do a really kantarellfynd. Or watch a little extra around the fallen trunks of trees, they also do that it becomes a bit more humid."
"it Is the very stone where you go, so you should change the place, the mushrooms usually like not rocky ground."
"The good thing with mushrooms is that you will find a so, there are very often more in the vicinity so it is just to snoop around. Lift the leaves, grass and branches, where in the small godingarna hide. You will find the mushrooms in thick moss, feel for if there are no more deeper in it."
"you will Find no mushrooms after all? Eat some blueberries, enjoy a coffee break and put you on your back and look at the canopy, then it's time for a new attempt."
"Here you will find the best thermos for coffee in the woods. "
"Chanterelle Cantharellus cibarius – a good and tasty mushroom which grows in deciduous and coniferous forest. Distinctive look with its yellow color and plump shape. Popular edible mushrooms and can possibly be confused with the false chanterelle by inexperienced pickers. The fake kantarellen, however, is often stronger in color and thinner in its form."
"Pale chanterelle Cantharellus skid grows mainly under oaks and in hassellundar. It is knubbigare and much paler than ordinary mushrooms. The hat top is often almost white. The taste and the texture also differs from kantarellens."