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Old 01 September 2014, 12:06   #171
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I spotted a cracking patch of Chantrelle this morning, il go back this weekend and pick them, they were still a little small.

I've got a Cep at the back of the house here that must weight the best part of a kilo, never noticed it until it was too late. Slugs have made a mess of it.
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I've got a Cep at the back of the house here that must weight the best part of a kilo, never noticed it until it was too late. Slugs have made a mess of it.
Ceps! Ceps! Ceps! That's all you ever think about

Loads down here, but as you say, the slugs are getting to 'em first. We have a nice spot for Saffron Milk Caps as well, but they are maggot ridden as they emerge
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The Ceps are good in a Risotto with the chantrelle thrown in for a chew on.
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The Ceps are good in a Risotto with the chantrelle thrown in for a chew on.

Oh yes! I also find that drying them intensifies the flavour, especially if they've gone a tad past it & mushy.


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I did some in my dehydrator last year but unfortunately they were mouldy in a month, I was mighty pissed off.

Il stick to drying them on the AGA
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I did some in my dehydrator last year but unfortunately they were mouldy in a month, I was mighty pissed off.

Il stick to drying them on the AGA
I slice them & put them on wire trays under the log burner. Takes about 2 days to get them crispy.
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We had a large seine boat come into our harbour with Sockeye salmon for sale
I bought $50 worth I feel it was quite the good deal too bad the tote wasn't up to the task
My wife has them all canned up.

we are up to 60 imp. gallons of apple juice ---things are looking very good
lots more apples to pick
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we are up to 100 gallons as of yesterday.
I strung electric fence wire all over the area to keep the bears moving
last night our dog was barking for all he is worth but the apples are still on the work table
I think the bear got the electric message -
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I strung electric fence wire all over the area to keep the bears moving
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Certainly puts the mice in our loft into perspective
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I think the bear got the electric message -
Now that is funny

My friends used to make fun of me when I always brought an electric fence camping as we couldn't put our 100lb coolers in a tree or anywhere the bears couldn't get to them. I figured since we could keep the bulls out of the alfalfa hay, why wouldn't it keep the bears away from our steaks? Never did have a bear get our food since we always strung an electric fence around the picnic table, and slide the coolers underneath.
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