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Russula redolens parsley-scented russula

(Russula redolens) parsley-scented russula

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Description:

Russula redolens, commonly known as the parsley-scented russula, is a basidiomycete mushroom of the genus Russula native to North America. Its flesh smells of parsley. Russula with a blue/green cap, white gills, and a white stipe. The flesh of this mushroom smells like parsley, hence the common name.

Habitat:

Habitat: It was growing on rotting wood in a mixed forest. Rare.

 Edibility:

edible

 Similar Species: 

Russula parvovirescens

Russula aeruginea

Preserving (Drying or Freezing):

Best dried which enhances parsley flavor.

Recipe Suggestions:

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 References:

https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/630243-Russula-redolens

http://mycoportal.org/portal/taxa/index.php?taxon=412575

https://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/28906

http://www.fungikingdom.net/fungi-photos/basidiomycota/russulales-order/russulaceae-family/russula-redolens-burl-1.html