Conditionally edible mushroom Clitocybe orange or false chanterelle (Latin Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca.) – Mushroom Hygrophoropsidaceae family. Quite a long time this mushroom was considered inedible and even poisonous, but it took some time, and most of the mushroom began to reconsider its position to the false chanterelle, therefore, now we sent a mushroom in the category of “conditionally edible mushrooms.”
False chanterelle mushroom cap is orange in color, diameter reaches 10-14 cm. At the touch of hat is soft, easy to break. The color of the legs is the same as the color of the cap.
The ideal place for the development of the fungus false chanterelle are deciduous and mixed forest types. Growing, in most cases, either alone or, very rarely, in small groups.
False chanterelles is allowed to use in cooking after a preliminary preparation.