Asked in Nutrition
You are edible type of mushroom that people collect in the Midwest each spring what are you?
Morel! (Morchella esculenta)
Asked in Nutrition
You are the edible type of mushroom that people collect in the Midwest each spring?
I don't know I've heard that people eat sh rooms but other than that I don't know. ...
Asked in Mushrooms
Where are mushroom spores produced?
The spores are produced inside the cap on the surfaces of the structures called the gills as the mushroom grows. When the mushroom fully matures, the canopy opens and a little piece of the mushroom underneath the cap called the veil tears. This exposes the gills that by then are fully covered with spores, which can now fall out and propagate more mushrooms. The way people collect the spores are they take the cap off right when the veil breaks and press...
How many people in the Midwest in 2008 died from a tornado?
Tornadoes in the Midwest killed 41 people in 2008.
Things you collect that start with A?
Some people like to collect art. People collect automobile miniature vintage cars. People collect athlete autographs. ...
When did people start eating mushrooms?
People have been eating mushrooms since the first human discovered the first mushroom growing somewhere. Those who discovered edible mushrooms continued to eat them, if they liked them or if there was little else to eat. People would have quickly learned to tell edible mushrooms from poisonous ones by observing the effects upon other people who ate them and so learning which types to avoid. This is how most animals learn what is edible and what isn't. Humans certainly began cultivating mushrooms around...
Asked in Travel & Places, Cattle Drives and Trails
Why was the Midwest a good location for stockyards?
because there was a lot of people there
Asked in Home & Garden, Food & Cooking
Are petite marigolds edible?
I'm afraid that African marigolds (whether petite or not) are not edible, however "calendula" (which some people call marigolds) are edible. (The reason they're not considered edible is that they taste repulsive, rather than are poisonous/toxic) ...