Also know as Cep, Steinpilz, or Penny Bun, Porcini mushrooms are extremely flavorful fresh or dried. They can be found on the ground under both coniferous and deciduous trees. Porcinis belong to the family of mushrooms called boletes, within which are many other edible varieties.
Also know as Horn of Plenty, Black Chanterelle, and Trumpet of the Dead, this is one of the most flavorful mushrooms, especially given its small size and petite structure. Usually found near the base of deciduous trees, primarily oak, beech, and maple, Black Trumpets can often be detected by their pungent aroma before they are seen. A little goes a long way with these choice edibles, and their flavor intensifies when dried.
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