I know all fungus can be eaten - but some only once!! Do any of you clever folk know if is this a common morel or a false one (or something completely different). They're popping up all over the front garden. Thanks muchly
It looks like one to me, but please don't eat it on my say so!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your local Wildlife Trust might know of a specialist who could identify it for you ... they may well charge a fee.
HERE ARE SOME CLUES BUT THAT IS ALL THEY ARE.
I WOULDN'T RISK MY LIFE FOR THE SAKE OF A COUPLE OF QUID DOWN THE SUPERMARKET.
Morchella elata, black morel. Often on woodchip in gardens, but a coniferous forests species, normally
Thanks everyone - have googled black morels and it says they're difficult to grow and prized (but not in Norfolk). Think I'll stick to my original plan of beans on toast tonight and leave the morels where they are. Thanks again you clever people