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Author 'G.b.45' (Id 68623 ) : Always this same fungus, on the table, ready to be prepared.
Marcel who is of the corner knows may be this strange thing ?

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> Momo >Reply Nov 10, 2009
It contains almost all (if not ALL)! Sincerely THANKS.
> Géna >Reply Oct 21, 2008
Wow, this clavaire curly or Sparassis is superb! What is its weight? This year, I wanted to do this kind of post but no luck, nothing found, or when being accompanied by my stepmother and not my PDA with me is that it has benefited.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Well-coloured and well net this fungus 'Clavaire curly dock' (sparassis crispa) - in English 'Wood Cauliflower' or 'Cauliflower mushroom'. The bottom, not terrible perfectly suitable for the cleaning that will need to be careful. The aspect of this cauliflower or sponge is well put in value. Good documentary photo : bravo and thank you.
> Marcel >Reply Sep 05, 2008
A shot that favors the observation. I do not know this mushroom, but I hope that this is not a dry rot and that it is not your house !
 > Author G.b.45 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Sep 05, 2008
Don't bile Marcel, to the fungus, my children are eaten and they are not dead
THANK you.
Identification > Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Yes, this may look like a sea sponge, but in fact it is a fungus, called variously the clavaire curly dock(sparassis crispa)or cauliflower or a cock's comb, or morille des pins. It has a ' peg ' in the form of cauliflower, which can reach 20cm in height and nearly 40 cm in diameter, weighing up to 5 or 6 kg. It is an edible appreciated when it is picked young otherwise it quickly becomes leathery and purgative. Beautiful shot
 > Author G.b.45 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Sep 05, 2008
Thank you FADA for the clarification, never having seen it I don't know if I would have picked up ? Or by curiosity ?
> Jpguillerm [G] [P] [C] >Reply Sep 04, 2008
A fungus ? I was thinking of a sea sponge... I'm too strong
 > Author G.b.45 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Sep 05, 2008
It looks like actually a sponge, I'm doing the same thinking... ?
Comment(s) : 5 | Average : Very Good (4.00/5)
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