“What are the best Mushroom and Foraging books?” We consulted 17 sources and found 168 different books in an attempt to answer that very question.
Mushroom foraging is serious business. The amount of different books and sources on the subject is crazy. We could spit out a paragraph about our interest in the subject, but honestly we are novices in the subject and anything we would write would come off as amateurish. So instead, we recommend taking a look at the books and sources listed below and learning from the experts!
The top 34 foraging books are aggregated below with images, links, and a brief summary. The remaining 134 books (all appearing on a single list each) as well as the sources are at the bottom of the page.
More than 370 edible wild plants, plus 37 poisonous look-alikes, are described here, with 400 drawings and 78 color photographs showing precisely how to recognize each species. Also included are habitat descriptions, lists of plants by season, and preparation instructions for 22 different food uses.
More than 1,000 species of mushrooms described in detail. Over 700 paintings and drawings reveal subtle field marks that cannot be captured into photographs.
Edible and Medicinal Plants of the West invites anyone interested in plants, personal well-being, and a healthy environment to discover the healing powers of the herbal world. Full-color photographs face detailed descriptions of 250 plant species in the western United States and Canada, covering field identification, habitat and range, edibility, medicinal uses, and more.
Both American Indians and the pioneers knew and used many different plant species-for food, fibers, medicine, tools, and other purposes. This unique book is a guide to identifying more than 220 such plants. But it goes much further-it also tells the reader how to prepare, cook, and otherwise use them. Some of the dishes for which recipes are given have won culinary prizes. All have been tested not only by the author but also by her students and by journalists-who have been uniformity surprised and impressed.
“Unusual shapes and colors make many mushrooms alluring to the eye, while the exotic flavors and textures of edible mushrooms are a gourmet delicacy for the palate. Yet many people never venture beyond the supermarket offerings, fearing that all other mushrooms are poisonous.
With amateur mushroom hunters especially in mind, David Fischer and Alan Bessette have prepared Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America. This field guide presents more than 100 species of the most delicious mushrooms, along with detailed information on how to find, gather, store, and prepare them for the table. More than 70 savory recipes, ranging from soups and salads to casseroles, canapes, quiches, and even a dessert, are included.”
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Novices eager to collect tasty wild mushrooms will find this unique guide invaluable. Unlike others, it focuses only on those types that are both safe to eat and delicious. Most important, it presents the eight rules of mushroom gathering in a straightforward fashion—including “Never, never take a mushroom with gills” and “If a mushroom smells rotten, it is rotten.” Among the many mushrooms covered are the cep; the red-cracked, larch, bay, and birch boletes; hen of the woods, chanterelle, trumpet chanterelle, hedgehog fungus, common puffball, horn of plenty, and cauliflower mushroom. Each is identified with several color photographs and identification checklist, and there’s also information on mushroom season, handling, storage, and cooking, complete with recipes.
An authoritative and full-color photographic field guide to over 600 common and widespread mushrooms and fungi of the northern United States, from the Midwest to New England. Featured in USA Today, this must-have reference has over 700 spectacular photos and excellent species information.
This encyclopaedic volume, including 1500 species and 650 illustrations, shows the diversity of mycoflora throughout all of northeastern North America. It provides a reference for mushroom identification in the region, and has full descriptions and easy-to-follow keys.
A detailed guide to 41 of the most widespread wild foods in North America, covering how to find and identify them, which parts are used, when and how to harvest them, and how to prepare them for the table. The cultural and natural history of the plants are also discussed. There is no overlap between the plants covered in this book and The Forager’s Harvest.
North American Boletes is the first comprehensive guide to an extraordinary and highly prized group of mushrooms known for their beautiful colors, distinctive features, relative abundance, and edibility. The scope of this work goes beyond the identification of species. The authors consider the symbiotic relationship that boletes share with higher plants and trees, their geographical distribution, and new information regarding the macrochemical test reactions of the boletes; they also describe several new species. The book’s combination of aesthetically appealing and scientifically accurate color photographs and extensive descriptions makes it a standard reference work for bolete identification in North America.
In the 1970s two of the most influential thinkers of the psychedelic era gathered what was then known about psilocybin botany and culture and presented it in Psilocybin: Magic Mushroom Grower’s Guide. Writing under pseudonyms, the McKenna brothers provided simple, reliable, and productive methods for magic mushroom propagation, including black-and-white photographs that showed the techniques of the time. The development of more modern cultivation techniques does not eclipse the cultural contributions of this book. Philosophical asides, whimsical illustrations evoking the mystical nature of mushrooms, and speculations about the relationship of these organisms to humankind provide a lasting legacy. Truly the classic manual on home cultivation, the wisdom of Psilocybin: Magic Mushroom Grower’s Guide continues to inspire new students of psycho-mycology—and refreshes psychedelic memories for others.
Here Euell Gibbons shows the reader how to enjoy the culinary and medicinal virtues of herbs and wild plants. Drawn from the author’s wide knowledge of plants as well as from the lore of native Americans and early settlers, the information is supplemented by nutritionists at Pennsylvania State University who worked with Gibbons on analysis of the entries.
Euell Gibbons was one of the few people in this country to devote a considerable part of his life to the adventure of “living off the land.” He sought out wild plants all over North America and made them into delicious dishes. His book includes recipes for vegetable and casserole dishes, breads, cakes, muffins and twenty different pies. He also shows how to make numerous jellies, jams, teas, and wines, and how to sweeten them with wild honey or homemade maple syrup.
“Sugars that heal” it sounds like a contradiction in terms, but it’s the key to one of the most important breakthroughs in recent medical science. We’ve all been bombarded with warnings about the evils of consuming too much sugar. But, in fact, for our bodies to function properly, we need small amounts of eight essential sugars, only two of which–glucose and galactose–are commonly found in our limited, overprocessed diets. When all eight sugars are available, the health benefits can be breathtaking: Individuals regain their ability to fight disease, reactivate their immune systems, and are able to ward off infection. Based on cutting-edge research in the rapidly evolving science of glyconutrients, Sugars That Heal is an exciting new approach to health and disease prevention.
The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms, Fruits, and Nuts provides everything one needs to know about the most commonly found wild foods-going beyond a field guide?s basic description to provide folklore and mouth-watering recipes for each entry, such as wild asparagus pizza, fiddlehead soup, blackberry mousse, and elderberry pie. This fully illustrated guide is the perfect companion for hikers, campers, and anyone who enjoys eating the good food of the earth.
Prof. David Pegler’s concise, well-illustrated and informative guide is a timely antidote to the mythology surrounding the much misunderstood – and often maligned – wild mushroom. The book begins with an introduction to fungi and mushroom biology, a mushroom calendar and a crash course in hunting for edible mushrooms, together with useful tables containing information on classifying and identifying edible fungi. Twenty different varieties are then explored in depth – from the edible to the poisonous (and even the hallucinogenic!). Extensive photographs and colour illustrations will aid the amateur mushroom gatherer in the tricky (and potentially dangerous) task of identification. Finally, this fascinating book offers recipes and food preparation tips. Pegler’s considerable expertise and clear delivery make the Easy Edible Mushroom Guide an absolute must-have for anyone new to the world of mushroom hunting.
A guide to 32 of the best and most common edible wild plants in North America, with detailed information on how to identify them, where they are found, how and when they are harvested, which parts are used, how they are prepared, as well as their culinary use, ecology, conservation, and cultural history.
“If people knew how many poisonous plants are commonly found in homes and gardens, they’d be shocked. Plants as common as monkshood, castorbean, and oleander are not just dangerous, they’re deadly.
The North American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms is a comprehensive, easy-to-use handbook. The book is split into four main categories: mushrooms, wild plants, ornamental and crop plants, and houseplants. Each plant entry includes a clear photograph to aid the task of identification, a description of the plant, notes on where they commonly occur, and a description of their toxic properties. Plants are listed by common name to assist the non-specialist.”
The culmination of over thirty years’ work, this authoritative and superbly illustrated reference work is packed with the most up-to-date information and original photographs. Set to become the essential illustrated mycological encyclopedia for the next 25 years, this book is also clear, user friendly and will appeal to a wide range of readers. Unsurpassed in both illustrative and descriptive detail, Mushrooms contains over 1,250 photographs, often showing the specimens in various stages of growth, and including all the latest botanical and common names as well as current ecological information on endangered species.
For amateur collectors or professional mycologists working in the field, this guidebook is quite simply the best North American mushroom reference ever published. Each of the 1,000 specimens is shown in full color on a neutral background to eliminate distractions, and specimens are arranged to show the cap, stem, gills, spines and a cross section, usually in various stages of growth.
From the author of GROWING GOURMET AND MEDICINAL MUSHROOMS comes the only identification guide exclusively devoted to the world’s psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Detailed descriptions and color photographs for over 100 species are provided, as well as an exploration of their long-standing (and often religious) use by ancient peoples and their continued significance to modern-day culture. Some of the species included have just been discovered in the past year or two, and still others have never before been photographed in their natural habitats.
The Complete Mushroom Hunterwill enrich your understanding of the natural world and build an appreciation for an ancient, critically relevant, and useful body of knowledge. Amateur mycologists and mushroom enthusiasts will find this is a guidebook for their passion. Mushroom guru Gary Lincoff escorts you from the mushroom’s earliest culinary awakening, through getting equipped for mushroom forays, to preparing and serving the fruits of the foray, wherever you live. Inside you’ll find: A brief, but colorful history of mushroom hunting worldwide; How to get equipped for a mushroom foray; A completely illustrated guide to the common wild edible mushrooms and their poisonous look-alikes: where to find them, how to identify them, and more; How to prepare and serve the fruits of your foray, plus more than 30 delicious recipes; Plus, dozens of colorful, priceless anecdotes from living the mushroom lifestyle.
Medicinal Mushrooms is a modern handbook for exploring and understanding the rich traditions of healing fungi in Eastern and Western cultures. Author Christopher Hobbs thoroughly documents and details the nutritional and health benefits of over 100 species of edible fungi. Here is the most complete work on the cultural, health-promoting, and medicinal uses of mushrooms ever published!
“Author Michael Kuo brings years of morel-hunting experience to Morels, delivering detailed information in an engaging, readable style to seasoned morel hunters and beginners alike.
Morels includes extensive information on the art of hunting morels and on current scientific knowledge regarding these delectable fungi. In addition, Kuo compiles easy-to-understand information on the latest scientific research into morels, from studies into how they grow to DNA-based classification of species.”
North American Mushrooms is a field guide to more than 600 edible and inedible mushrooms that can be found across the United States and Canada. Filled with full color photographs, detailed identification information, and illustrated keys and glossaries to assist with identification, this book also features mushroom lore and helpful information on gathering and using wild mushrooms.
The book you are about to read is a milestone in the new awareness of mushrooms. The Mushroom Cultivator by Paul Stamets and J.S. Chilton is easily the best source of information on growing mushrooms at home. The authors demystify the art of mushroom cultivation and put mastery of it within everyone’s reach. If you have been searching for information on this topic, you will find it to be all that you have been looking for. Includes detailed growth requirements for 15 mushroom species, sterile culture and mushroom spawn preparation techniques, procedures for strain selection and development, practical preparation methods for compost and bulk substrates, the mushroom life cycle and mushroom genetics, identification of the major competitor molds, pathogens and pests, and guidelines for the construction of mushroom growing rooms.
“With a dash of humor and a dollop of science, Michael Kuo selects the top 100 mushrooms best suited for cooking. Like Kuo’s very popular book Morels, 100 Edible Mushrooms is written in the author’s inimitable, engaging, and appealing style, taking the reader on the hunt through forest and kitchen in search of mycological pleasures and culinary delights.
Kuo describes in detail how to identify each species, where and when to find them, and how to cook them in creative and delicious recipes. The mushrooms presented in the book are the most often eaten varieties, and a description of the button mushrooms found in the grocery store is included. All of the mushrooms have at least one full-color illustration and some several more to aid in identifying and distinguishing look-alike and nonedible species.”
Full-color illustrated guide to identifying 200 Western mushrooms by their key features.
After years of living in awe of the mysterious fungi known as mushrooms-chefs, health enthusiasts, and home cooks alike can’t get enough of these rich, delicate morsels. With updated production techniques for home and commercial cultivation, detailed growth parameters for 31 mushroom species, a trouble-shooting guide, and handy gardening tips, this revised and updated handbook will make your mycological landscapes the envy of the neighborhood.
“Mycelium Running is a manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. That’s right: growing more mushrooms may be the best thing we can do to save the environment, and in this groundbreaking text from mushroom expert Paul Stamets, you’ll find out how.
The basic science goes like this: Microscopic cells called “mycelium”–the fruit of which are mushrooms–recycle carbon, nitrogen, and other essential elements as they break down plant and animal debris in the creation of rich new soil. What Stamets has discovered is that we can capitalize on mycelium’s digestive power and target it to decompose toxic wastes and pollutants (mycoremediation), catch and reduce silt from streambeds and pathogens from agricultural watersheds (mycofiltration), control insect populations (mycopesticides), and generally enhance the health of our forests and gardens (mycoforestry and myco-gardening). “
With more than 700 mushrooms detailed with color photographs and descriptive text, this is the most comprehensive photographic field guide to the mushrooms of North America. The 762 full-color identification photographs show the mushrooms as they appear in natural habitats. Organized visually, the book groups all mushrooms by color and shape to make identification simple and accurate in the field, while the text account for each species includes a detailed physical description, information on edibility, season, habitat, range, look-alikes, alternative names, and facts on edible and poisonous species, uses, and folklore. A supplementary section on cooking and eating wild mushrooms, and illustrations identifying the parts of a mushroom, round out this essential guide.
Simply the best and most complete mushroom field guide and reference book, MUSHROOMS DEMYSTIFIED includes descriptions and keys to more than 2,000 species of mushrooms, with more than 950 photographs. Mushroom authority David Arora provides a beginner’s checklist of the 70 most distinctive and common mushrooms, plus detailed chapters on terminology, classification, habitats, mushroom cookery, mushroom toxins, and the meanings of scientific mushroom names. Beginning and experienced mushroom hunters everywhere will find MUSHROOMS DEMYSTIFIED a delightful, informative, and indispensible companion.
|A Field Guide to Medicinal Plants and Herbs: Of Eastern and Central North America||James A. Duke||Foraging|
|A Field Guide to Trees and Shrubs: Northeastern and North-central United States and Southeastern and South-central Canada||Roger Tory Peterson||Foraging|
|A Field Guide to Venomous Animals and Poisonous Plants: North America North of Mexico (Peterson Field Guide Series)||Roger Caras and Steven Foster||Foraging|
|A Morel Hunters Companion||Nancy Smith Weber||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|A Survival Acre: 50 Worldwide Wild Foods & Medicines||Linda Runyon||Foraging|
|Alternative Methods of Shiitake Inoculation||Mushroom People|
|An Outlaw In My Heart: A Political Activist’s User’s Manual||Mushroom People|
|Basic Essentials Edible Wild Plants and Useful Herbs||Jim Meuninck||Foraging|
|British Boletes||The Hoopoe|
|Chaga King of the Medicinal Mushrooms||David Wolfe||Everything Mushrooms|
|Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares: The Love, Lore, and Mystique of Mushrooms||Greg A. Marley||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Co-Evolution of Fungi with Plants and Animals||Mushroom People|
|Collins Fungi Guide||Stefan Buczacki||The Hoopoe|
|Collins Gem – Mushrooms||Patrick Harding||Foraging Guide|
|Common Edible and Useful Plants of the West (Outdoor and Nature)||Muriel Sweet||Foraging|
|Cultivating Mushrooms||Stephen Russell||G Mushrooms|
|Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada||Foraging|
|Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Rockies||Linda Kershaw||Foraging|
|Edible Native Plants of the Rocky Mountains||Charlotte Bringle Clarke||The Atlantic|
|Edible Seashore||John Wright||ForageLondon|
|Edible Wild Plants and Herbs: A Pocket Guide||Alan M. Cvancara||Foraging|
|Edible Wild Plants of Pennsylvania and Neighboring States||Mary Lee Medve and Richard J. Medve||Foraging|
|Edible Wild Plants of the Prairie: An Ethnobotanical Guide||Kelly Kindscher||Foraging|
|Edible Wild Plants: A North American Field Guide to Over 200 Natural Foods||Thomas Elias and Peter Dykeman||Foraging|
|Edible Wild Plants: An Introduction to Familiar North American Species||James Kavanagh and Raymond Leung||Foraging|
|Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods From Dirt To Plate (The Wild Food Adventure Series, Book 1)||John Kallas||Foraging|
|Familiar Mushrooms||Mushroom People|
|Fascinating Fungi of the North Woods||Cora Mollen||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Fat of the Land: Adventures of a 21st Century Forager||Langdon Cook||Foraging|
|Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants||David Foster and Bradford Angier||Foraging|
|Field Guide to Mushrooms of Britain and Europe||Grunert & Grunert||Obsessed By Nature|
|Field Guide to the Mushrooms of Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic||Bill Russel,||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge A Radical History of Plants, Drugs, and Human Evolution||Mushroom People|
|Food Plants of Interior First Peoples||Nancy J. Turner||Foraging|
|Foraged Flavor: Finding Fabulous Ingredients in Your Backyard or Farmer’s Market, with 88 Recipes||Tama Matsuoka Wong and Eddy Leroux||Foraging|
|Foraging New England: Finding, Identifying, and Preparing Edible Wild Foods and Medicinal Plants from Maine to Connecticut||Tom Seymour||Foraging|
|Foraging: Discover Free Food from Fields, Streets, Gardens and the Coast||Paul Chambers||Foraging|
|Foraging: Self-Sufficiency||David Squire||Foraging|
|From Another Kingdom||the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh||The Hoopoe|
|From Chocolate to Morphine: Everything You Need to Know About Mind-Altering Drugs, 2nd Ed.||Mushroom People|
|Fungi Down Under – the Fungimap Guide to Australian Fungi||Milkwood|
|Gathering the Desert||Gary Paul Nabhan||The Atlantic|
|Growing Wild Mushrooms: A Complete Guide to Cultivating Edible & Hallucinogenic Mushrooms||Mushroom People|
|Hallucinogens: Cross Cultural Perspectives||Mushroom People|
|Hamlyn Guide to Trees of Britain and Europe||Humphries||ForageLondon|
|Harvesting Nature’s Bounty 2nd Edition: A Guidebook of Wild Edible, Medicinal and Utilitarian Plants, Survival, and Nature Lore||Kevin F. Duffy||Foraging|
|Healing Mushrooms||Georges M. Halpern||G Mushrooms|
|Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants in Wild (And Not So Wild Places)||Steve Brill||Foraging|
|Kombucha Rediscovered:A Guide to the Medicina Benefits of an Ancient Healing Tea||Klaus Kaufmann||Everything Mushrooms|
|Lasagna Gardening||Mushroom People|
|Let it Rot!||Stu Campbell||G Mushrooms|
|Log-Grown Shiitake Mushrooms: An Australian Growers’ Manual||Milkwood|
|Maitake Magic||Harry Preuss, M.D., and Sensuke Konno||Everything Mushrooms|
|Maitake Mushroom and D-Fraction||Shari Lieberman and Ken Babal||Everything Mushrooms|
|Monday Night Class, Revised & Annotated Edition||Mushroom People|
|Mushroom Miscellany||Patrick Harding||The Hoopoe|
|Mushroom Picker’s Foolproof Field Guide: The expert guide to identifying, picking and using wild mushrooms||Peter Jordan||Foraging|
|Mushrooming with Confidence: A Guide to Collecting Edible and Tasty Mushrooms||Alexander Schwab||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms||Peter Marren||The Hoopoe|
|Mushrooms and Other Fungi of the Midcontinental United States Second Edition||D.M. Huffman, L.H. Tiffany, G. Knaphus, and R.A. Healy||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms for Health and Longevity||Ken Babal||Everything Mushrooms|
|Mushrooms for Health: Medicinal Secrets of Northeastern Fungi||Greg A. Marley||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms of Northeastern North America||David Fischer, Alan E. Bessette and Arleen Raines Bessette||The Forager Press|
|Mushrooms of the Midwest||Michael Kuo and Andrew S. Methven||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest: Timber Press Field Guide||Steve Trudell and Joe Ammirati||Foraging|
|Mushrooms of the Upper Midwest: A Simple Guide to Common Mushrooms||Teresa Marrone and Kathy Yerich||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms of West Virginia and the Central Appalachians||William C. Roody||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms: Poisons and Panaceas: A Handbook for Naturalists, Mycologists and Physicians||Denis R. Benjamin||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Mushrooms: River Cottage Handbook No.1||John Wright||Foraging Guide|
|Musings of a Mushroom Hunter: A Natural History of Foraging||Denis R. Benjamin||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|MycoMedicinals : An Informational Treatise on Mushrooms||Paul Stamets||Everything Mushrooms|
|Mycophilia: Revelations from the Weird World of Mushrooms||Eugenia Bone||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|Native Harvests: American Indian Wild Foods and Recipes||E. Barrie Kavasch||Foraging|
|Native Indian Wild Game, Fish, and Wild Foods Cookbook: New revised and expanded edition||Foraging|
|New Naturalist volume Fungi||Brian Spooner and Peter Roberts||The Hoopoe|
|Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide||Lawrence Newcomb||Foraging|
|Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation||The Survival Gardener|
|Peterson Field Guide Series – A Field Guide to Mushrooms of North America||Kent and Vera McKnight||The Forager Press|
|Pihkal: A Chemical Love Story||Mushroom People|
|Plants of the Gods: Their Sacred, Healing, & Hallucinogenic Powers||Mushroom People|
|Psilocybin Mushroom Handbook:||L. G Nicholas, Kerry Ogame||Spore Trading Post|
|Reishi Mushroom: Herb of Spiritual Potency and Medical Wonder||Terry Willard||Mushroom Appreciatin|
|Reishi: Ancient Herb for Modern Times||Mushroom People|
|Sacred Mushroom Seeker: Tributes to R. Gordon Wasson||Mushroom People|
|Sacred Mushrooms & the Law||Mushroom People|
|Scallop||Euell Gibbons||The Atlantic|
|Shiitake, the Healing Mushroom||Mushroom People|
|Sonoran Desert Food Plants: Edible Uses for the Desert’s Wild Bounty||Ready Nutrition|
|Stalking the Blue-Eyed Scallop||Euell Gibbons||The Atlantic|
|Start Mushrooming:||Stan Tekiela and Karen Shanberg||The Forager Press|
|Sturtevant’s Edible Plants of the World||Oliver Perry Medsger||The Atlantic|
|The All-New Square Foot Gardening Book||Mushroom People|
|The Audubon Field Guide to North American Mushrooms||Mushroom People|
|The Biochar Solution: Carbon Farming and Climate Change||Mushroom People|
|The Book of Fungi: A Life-size Guide to Six Hundred Species from around the World||Peter Roberts and Shelley Evans||Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club|
|The Chanterelle Book||Mushroom People|
|The Complete Mushroom Book: Savory Recipes for Wild and Cultivated Varieties||Antonio Carluccio||Mushroom Appreciatin|
|The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America: Nature’s Green Feast||Francois Couplan||Foraging|
|The Encyclopedia of Fungi of Britain and Europe||Michael Jordan||Obsessed By Nature|
|The Essential Wild Food Survival Guide||Linda Runyon||Foraging|
|The Fifth Kingdom||Bryce Kendrick||Milkwood|
|The Foraging Gourmet||Katie Letcher Lyle||Foraging|
|The Fungal Pharmacy, The Complete Guide to Medicinal Mushrooms and Lichens of North America||Robert Rogers||Everything Mushrooms|
|The Genus Agaricus in Britain||The Hoopoe|
|The Genus Russula in Great Britain||The Hoopoe|
|The Hedgerow Handbook: Recipes, Remedies and Rituals||Adele Nozedar||ForageLondon|
|The Illustrated Guide to Edible Wild Plants||Department of the Army||Foraging|
|The Invisible Landscape: Mind, Hallucinogens, and the I Ching||Mushroom People|
|The Neighborhood Forager: A Guide for the Wild Food Gourmet<||Robert Henderson||Foraging|
|The Portobello Cookbook||Mushroom People|
|The Post-Petroleum Survival Guide and Cookbook: Recipes for Changing Times||Mushroom People|
|The Psilocybin Production: Producing Organic Psilocybin in a Small Room||Adam Gottlieb, Larry Todd||Spore Trading Post|
|The Psychedelics Encyclopedia||Mushroom People|
|The Rocky Mountain Wild Foods Cookbook||Darcy Williamson||Foraging|
|The Shiitake Way||Mushroom People|
|The Tempeh Cookbook||Mushroom People|
|The Totally Mushroom Cookbook||Mushroom People|
|The Wild Flower Key||Francis Rose||ForageLondon|
|The Wild Food Gourmet||Foraging|
|The Wild Table: Seasonal Foraged Food and Recipes||Connie Green & Sarah Scott||Foraging|
|The Wild Vegetarian Cookbook||Steve Brill||Foraging|
|Thistle Greens and Mistletoe: Edible and Poisonous Plants of Northern California||James S. Wiltens||Foraging|
|Tom Brown’s Guide to Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants||Tom Brown||Foraging|
|Trout Caviar: Recipes for a Northern Forager||Brett Laidlaw||Foraging|
|True Hallucinations: Being an Account of the Author’s Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil’s Paradise||Mushroom People|
|Weed ‘Em and Reap: A Weed Eater Reader||Roger Welsch||Foraging|
|Wild Cards: Edible Wild Foods||Linda Runyon||Foraging|
|Wild Drugs||Zoe Hawes||ForageLondon|
|Wild Edible Fruits and Berries||Marjorie Furlong & Virginia Pill||Foraging|
|Wild Edible Plants of New England: A Field Guide, Including Poisonous Plants Often Encountered||Joan Richardson||Foraging|
|Wild Edible Plants of Western North America||Donald R. Kirk||Foraging|
|Wild Fermentation – The Flavor, Nutrition, and Craft of Live-Culture Foods||Sandor Ellix Katz||Everything Mushrooms|
|Wild Food||Roger Philips||ForageLondon|
|Wild Plants I Have Known … and Eaten||Russ Cohen||The Atlantic|
|Beginning Farmers||Mushroom Production|
|Everything Mushrooms||Medicinal Mushroom Books|
|Foraging||Foraging and Ethnobotany Links & Books Page|
|Foraging Guide||Mushroom Field Guides|
|G Mushrooms||SELECT MUSHROOM BOOKS|
|Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club||Looking for a good mushroom book?|
|Milkwood||Mushroom Cultivation: Good books for Aussies|
|Mushroom Appreciatin||Mushroom Books: Reviews and Recommendations|
|Obsessed By Nature||The Best Books for Identifying Fungi|
|Ready Nutrition||Six Books on Plant Foraging You Won’t Want to Miss|
|Spore Trading Post||Mushroom Cultivation|
|The Atlantic||A Wild Foods Library: 11 Books for Foragers|
|The Forager Press||Top Mushroom Field Guide Recommendations|
|The Hoopoe||Mushroom Identification: Pro Tips from Top UK Mycologists|
|The Survival Gardener||The Best Mushroom Foraging Books|
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