|Grey and black morels are found often about halfway down a slope in the woods, where spore has been washed and collected. Usually, in a tangle of brush. Use your food drier to preserve these mushrooms if you are fortunate to get more than you can eat. (More)|
Above: Young black morel, Morchella elata or Grey morel, Morchella esculenta, difficult to identify at this stage, both edible.
Right: Black morel, Morchella elata.
|Morel mushroom foraging is legendary in Michigan.
Jill with lunch (black morels).
We have purchased an eaten morels in Europe. In June they are widely available in open markets, farmers markets.