Grows in large numbers and is great for the pot as long as the tough stems are removed and the slime washed off.
|Common Names||Porcelain Fungus (EN), Cap Porslen (CY), Monetka Bukowa (PL), Gyűrűs Fülőke (HU)|
|Scientific Name||Mucidula mucida|
|Average Mushroom height (CM)||10|
|Average Cap width (CM)||8|
It is not really possible to confuse this mushroom with any other with its porcelain look and slimy top.
White. Has many spores and a print can take less than an hour. Globose to subglobose.
Taste / Smell
Not distinctive when raw, good mushroomy taste when the slime is washed off and the mushroom cooked. Should be cooked before consumption.