Delicious Agaricus augustus bursting from the fog-drenched ground
There is a bright side to the soaking wet fog that’s been blanketing the coast for what’s starting to seem like forever. It’s created ideal conditions for a bumper crop of Agaricus augustus, our biggest and most delectable summer mushroom. This almond-flavored treat doesn’t last long, though. It rots away almost as quickly as it appears, so it must be picked and eaten within a few days of breaking the surface.
Better check your patches this weekend!
Please Note: Eating wild mushrooms is stupid. Everyone knows they’re all deadly poisonous. Especially the ones growing in our favorite patches. We strongly advise you eat nothing but the perfectly safe food on sale at your local market.