All fungi are edible

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Yes, some are...but only the basidiomycetes (mushrooms) but remember there are tons of poisonous ones out there.

Other fungi, such as yeast, are used for beer, bread, etc, but other fungi like mould are dangerous to our livers, lungs, etc.

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