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To: gg cox who wrote (16197)8/6/2022 2:55:51 PM
From: Neeka  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 16255
Surprisingly, even sliced and dried mushrooms—including wild ones picked the year before—will soar in vitamin D when placed outdoors under the sun.

This I did not know. Always thought the mushrooms had to be fresh and raw to absorb vit D from sunshine. I have several jars of sliced, dried mushrooms and also powder. I will set them out on a tray for 6 hours a day for two days, so I can increase the amount of vitamin D in them.

Doing very well (thanks for asking) and looking forward to the Fall mushroom hunt. First off in the Fall we go high up into the mts and harvest Kings and Hedgehogs. We usually wait for the first Sept rains, and then we go to a lower elevation for the white and golden chanterelles around the same time period. We go even lower for the Fall and Spring oyster mushrooms.

Have fun! ;)