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Horn of Plenty (Craterellus cornucopioides)

An edible, funnel-like, wild mushroom, called by the French - Trompettes-des-morts. It looks similar to the Chanterelle, but is brown or bluish-black in colour, as opposed to the Chanterelle"s yolk-like yellow. It doesn"t have nearly so much flavour, but drys well.

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