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I Shall Call Him Yorick…

…and then eat him. (Puffball!) Also found: my first-ever foraged Hen of the Woods a.k.a. maitake (about 7 pounds): I will dehydrate them and then eat them too! We had a megaton of rain over the weekend and that with the unseasonable warmth has produced an extended season and a bumper crop. Thank you, rain! […]
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