Boletus edulis

During the months June – July – August – September – October we buy out and cook high mountain Boletus Edulis for fresh export, as we cook her two ways – sliced or whole, with diameter of the hat from 4sm to 9sm, with cleaned stem, without earth, leaves and worm mushrooms.

ORDINARY EDIBLE BOLETUS
(BOLETUS EDULIS)

In the beginning the hat is semi- spherical, later patent to almost flat; diameter of 5-20 /25/cm, light-brown, grayish-brown, brown, dry. The tubules are whitish, yellow to yellow-green. The pores are small, round, one-coloured with the tubules. At the young representatives the stump is egg-shaped, then conversely paddle-shaped or almost cylindrical, 7-12 /20/ х 4-6 cm, whitish to light-brown, with white embossed net on the surface, the best expressed under the hat. The meat is white; it does not the colour at injuring, with mushroom smell and pleasant taste. The spore dust is yellow -brown. It grows in coniferous, mixed and broad-leaved forests,( V-XI).
It is an excellent edible mushroom. It is very similar to edible mushrooms – Pine edible boletus /Boietus pinophilus/ and Oak edible boletus /Boietus aestivalis/.

There is not a poison double.