Lactarius Indigo (the Indigo Milk Mushroom) Wild, Edible Mushroom in Tx

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smells like blueberries and taste soo good. they grow only in the woods under oak trees in tx. would go good on alfredo.

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  1. +karasuhaiku They grow in Northern Oklahoma, so I’m sure they grow in
    Southern. Just picked some today. :o

  2. i just found some of these and they smell like blueberries to me. i thought
    i was just fooling myself into thinking they actually smelled “blue”. so i
    can eat these but there’s no magic in them?

  3. Edible but not choice, as my mother would say. They aren’t the best
    flavored of the lactarius, in my opinion.

  4. @losfreddy hey, ive taken this a few times, in the past 6 years and i jsut
    recently got some again and read up, on some site it says their grown in
    eastern north america, i live in eastern NA, would u happen to know where
    exactly grow?

  5. @sarahelizabethasher I must agree. This is a very identifiable mushroom,
    but it is not considered good, it is just edible. It was my first to try in
    the wild and it was not good!

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