The Treasure Coast spores come from a nice cubensis from the east coast of Florida. They produces a nice size fruit with a unique cap looking almost like woodgrain in larger fruits, bigger mushrooms in later flushes. From afar, this mushroom can look like a head of cabbage. Cultivated, as well as found in the woods, these mushrooms are often sold in clusters with their soft, feathery caps overlapping. This mushroom has an earthy aroma and a gamy flavor, and is native to both the northwestern United States and Japan. They grow wild east of the Mississippi River in August and September.
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