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Re: Morel

> You are so lucky!  I used to go morel hunting with my dad.  I'm not sure
> whether I liked the hunt the best or just being with him.  Can they be
> cultivated?

From what I've read there are kits that can be purchased, but they're often
not successful.  In places where they're prolific, morels just kind of 

I hope that it produces lots of spores and I get some more next year.  I
wonder what that does for my property value...  ;)

Regarding hunting with your Dad, that sounds nice!  I used to go fishing
with my Dad and loved it.  It's funny how those little, seemingly trivial
(when you're a kid) activities become the moments that you treasure later
on in life.


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