SHOP Puffball Mushrooms:KNOW ABOUT CLEANING, GROWING, COOKING, MEDICAL BENEFITS (Business Opportunities - Marketing & Sales)

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SHOP Puffball Mushrooms:KNOW ABOUT CLEANING, GROWING, COOKING, MEDICAL BENEFITS


Puffballs are a rather unique type of fungus. They don’t have the typical cap and stem you’d expect from a mushroom. And they look quite different from anything else.

What are puffball mushrooms? Puffballs are a group of mushrooms that includes several different species. All true puffballs are edible. Although there are some false puffballs and lookalikes to watch out for. They grow as solid spheres of fungus without any gills, caps, or stems.

In this article, I’ll teach you what puffball mushrooms are, how to identify and forage for them. plus how to store and cook them. I’ll also teach you how you can try to grow puffballs yourself, which is difficult but worth a try.
What Are Puffball Mushrooms?

Puffballs aren’t mushrooms that you usually see at the grocery store, or even at farmers markets. So most people are unfamiliar with them.

If you ever found a strange alien-like ball. Or egg-shaped sac in the forest that seemed to release a massive cloud of smoke. Or dust when you stepped on it or kicked it that was a puffball!

What you experienced was a mature puffball releasing its spores.

That’s where puffballs get their names from. They mature and release clouds of spores. When the mushroom bursts or something makes contact with it.

Puffballs look unlike most other types of mushrooms since they don’t have gills. Young ones are solid balls of spongy tissue.

This makes them easy to spot in nature, since they can be quite large, round, and white. All true puffballs are edible if picked young enough.

Puffballs aren’t a single species. Instead they’re a broader group of mushrooms comprised of several different genera. including Bovista, Calvatia, Handkea, Lycoperdon, and Scleroderma.

Also to eating them, puffballs were also traditional used in Tibet to make ink.

Fun fact: The largest giant puffball ever found was discover by a schoolboy in Yorkshire in 2010. It measured 170 centimeters or 66.5 inches in diameter!


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