Last Updated - 10/15/09
Wild Or Gone-Wild Foragable Plants Commonly Found In Pennsylvania And Personally Eaten Regularly
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WILD MUSHROOMS
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Almost Bluing
King Boletus

Boletus subcaerulescens

Bear's Head Tooth
Hericium americanum

Black Trumpets
Craterellus fallax

Blewits
Clitocybe nuda

Brick Caps / Brick Tops
Hypholoma sublateritium

Cauliflower Mushroom
Sparassis spathulata

Chicken of the Woods
Laetiporus sulphureus

Comb Tooth
Hericium coralloides

Corrugated Cap Milky
Lactarius corrugis

Giant Puffball
Langemannia gigantea

Golden Chanterelle
Cantharellus cibarius

Hedgehog Mushroom Big
Dentinum repandum

Hedgehog Little
Dentinum umbilicatum

Hen of the Woods
Grifola frondosa

Honey Mushrooms
Armilleria mellea

Horn of Plenty
Craterellus cornucopioides

Horse Mushroom
Agaricus arvensis

Hygrophorus Milky
Lactarius hygrophoroides

Lilac Bolete
Xanthoconium separans / Boletus separans

Lion's Mane / Old Man's Beard
Hericium erinaceus

Meadow Mushrooms / Pinkies
Agaricus compestris

Morels
Morchella - esculenta, elata & semilibera

Oyster Mushroom
Pleurotus ostreatus

Purple-gilled Laccaria
Laccaria ochropurpurea

Quilted Green Russula
Russula virescens

Red Chanterelle
Cantharellus cinnabarinus

Rooted Oudemansiella
Oudemansiella radicata

Shaggy Mane
Coprinus comatus

Smooth Chanterelle
Cantharellus lateritius

Two-colored Bolete
Boletus bicolor

Voluminous-latex Milky
Lactarius volemus

Winter Chanterelle
Cantharellus tubaeformis

Yellow Chanterelle
Cantharellus minor
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Rhus typhina

Staghorn Sumac

From the red Staghorn Sumac berries ---

photo showing a few of the 20 pods I used to make almost a gallon of concentrated sumac juice.

to some real fine pink lemonade like juice. ( Learn How Tutorial )

showing final product. sumac juice concentrate

Rhus typhina - Staghorn Sumac
DATE - October 8, 2007.
FOUND - " Greensburg Sportsman Club" Rd.
WEATHER - Several dry days. A good time to gather.

A group of approximately 40 + pods were gathered.


The finished product, for 20 pods, was approx. one gallon of concentrated juice.

The concentrate makes a delicious tasting, lemonade-like drink.
I use the concentrate at a 1 to 1 ratio and add Splenda to sweeten it up. Add ice and stir.

Also a great substitute for Real-Lemon in Jelly Making. Most jelly recipes require the addition of some lemon juice and plenty of sugar. The acidity in lemon juice is what helps the pectin in the gelling process. Since sumac is very high in acidity it works great as a lemon juice substitute.
Price lemons lately?

Plus it is free. Gather from a clean area however, not near highways.

Separate the berries from the pods, put in a Ziplock Freezer bag, and they will keep in freezer for a long time. No other processing required.

Extra Sumac seeds. About one pound in freezer bag and ready for the freezer.


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