Lobster Mushroom   (Hypomyces lactifluorum) //always found these poking up through gravel or under some pretty knarly rocks //always soak in milk before frying

Lobster Mushroom (Hypomyces lactifluorum) //always found these poking up through gravel or under some pretty knarly rocks //always soak in milk before frying

How to Forage, Clean, & Eat Lobster Mushrooms (with Roasted Lobster Mushrooms in Clarified Butter recipe) | Proverbs 31 Woman

How to Forage, Clean, & Eat Lobster Mushrooms (with Roasted Lobster Mushrooms in Clarified Butter recipe) | Proverbs 31 Woman

10 Tricks to Make the Lazy Cook’s Food Taste Better

10 Tricks to Make the Lazy Cook’s Food Taste Better

Lobster mushroom cakes take a semi-bland mushroom to new levels.

Lobster mushroom cakes take a semi-bland mushroom to new levels.

Dried Lobster Mushrooms. The lobster mushroom is something of an oddity in the mushroom world, which certainly has more than its share of unusual characters. The lobster mushroom forms when the fungus Hypomyces lactifluorum attacks and parasitizes a host mushroom, covering the entire exterior portion with the brilliant orange skin that is the lobster mushroom’s most visually distinctive trait.

Dried Lobster Mushrooms. The lobster mushroom is something of an oddity in the mushroom world, which certainly has more than its share of unusual characters. The lobster mushroom forms when the fungus Hypomyces lactifluorum attacks and parasitizes a host mushroom, covering the entire exterior portion with the brilliant orange skin that is the lobster mushroom’s most visually distinctive trait.

Leslie Land: Maine crab and lobster mushrooms inside that crunchy crust

Leslie Land: Maine crab and lobster mushrooms inside that crunchy crust

Fresh Lobster Mushrooms: Lobster mushrooms (Hypomyces lactifluorum) are found in woods, where its favorite host, the short-stemmed russula grows; widespread, especially common under conifers in the Pacific Northwest.   Lobster mushrooms are said to have a seafood-like flavor, but probably really get their name from their bright orange-red exterior and creamy white interior.

Fresh Lobster Mushrooms: Lobster mushrooms (Hypomyces lactifluorum) are found in woods, where its favorite host, the short-stemmed russula grows; widespread, especially common under conifers in the Pacific Northwest. Lobster mushrooms are said to have a seafood-like flavor, but probably really get their name from their bright orange-red exterior and creamy white interior.

Lobster Mushrooms – One tomato, two tomato

Lobster Mushrooms – One tomato, two tomato

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