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Shaggy cap (Coprinus Comatus)

A type of wild mushroom often found growing on compost heaps, and on roadsides.

They are good sliced, then gently-fried with cream; or added to fish sauces.

Do not drink alcohol before, with or after eating shaggy cap mushrooms.

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