Bay Bolete Mushroom
- Kingdom ……..Fungi
- Class ……………Agaricomycetes
- Family ………….Boletaceae
- Species ………..Imleria badia
Bay Bolete Mushroom named with many names such as Daphne mushroom, bay bolete mushroom, bay mushroom, bulbous mushroom. As Mantarator.com we will use the name of the bay bolete mushroom. The physical appearance of bay bolete mushrooms resembles a doughnut mushroom. The bay bolete mushrooms are grown mainly in coniferous woodland areas in Europe, West Asia, and North America. They are especially seen around the bay and spruce trees. The bay bolete mushrooms are usually harvested from the beginning of June to mid-September, in some areas early or late harvest is made according to environmental conditions. If the area they are growing is humid and the area is also shaded, the number of bay bolete mushrooms will increase rapidly.
Bay Bolete Mushroom (Imleria badia) is a fungus species that contains antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties. Unlike many other types of boletes, they can be consumed raw. It has an incredibly beautiful flavour. It can be stored dry or frozen. Since the pores tend to have a high tendency to absorb water, we recommend that you clean them with a damp cloth instead of washing them with plenty of water before use. Thus, there will be no change in taste. We recommend you to consume after you are sure that the mushroom you find in the wild is 100% bay bolete mushroom.
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