All the earthstars you can eat.
paul at vannoni.dedal.fr.net
Mon Oct 14 12:39:40 EST 1996
>rmulroy at ren.glaci.com (Robert Mulroy) wrote:
>>(which for *me* is less than one)
>> I was in an Asian Market today and found an enormous jar of earthstars
>>in heavy brine. It was similarly labeled in French and Thai. I just never
>>knew there was any sort of market in those species, and I was wondering
>>if anyone knew more about it.
Geastraceae are often called earthstars: Geastrum sessile,triplex, quadrifidum,
Astreus hygrometricus .. etc...
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