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Värikäs kääpä maapuulla. https://www.flickr.com/photos/tietoukka/2441272609/

Värikäs kääpä maapuulla. https://www.flickr.com/photos/tietoukka/2441272609/

Easy Japanese Onion Soup like your favorite Hibachi restaurant makes. Love this when I'm sick!

Easy Japanese Onion Soup like your favorite Hibachi restaurant makes. Love this when I'm sick!

handmade cushions featuring some mushrooms growing out of them by Helsinki based designer Suvi-Tuuli Junttila.

Handmade Fungus-Adorned Cushions

handmade cushions featuring some mushrooms growing out of them by Helsinki based designer Suvi-Tuuli Junttila.

Tree stump with fungus and little snow by the small river in Helsinki, Finland

Tree stump with fungus and little snow by the small river in Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki's Kauppatori market is loaded with fresh vegetables, fruits, and fungi, including all kinds of potatoes, fresh onions, carrots, beetroots, strawberries, blueberries, and even kantareller (the famous Chantarelle mushroom!).     What types of fruits and vegetables can you buy in the Farmer's Market in your hometown?   I was blessed to sample fresh peas and they were so sweet.

Helsinki's Kauppatori market is loaded with fresh vegetables, fruits, and fungi, including all kinds of potatoes, fresh onions, carrots, beetroots, strawberries, blueberries, and even kantareller (the famous Chantarelle mushroom!). What types of fruits and vegetables can you buy in the Farmer's Market in your hometown? I was blessed to sample fresh peas and they were so sweet.

Finland is mushroom picker's paradise.

Finland is mushroom picker's paradise.

Various species of mushrooms grow plentiful in Finnish forests & false morels that start the season in spring are used in creamy dishes. Chanterelles & ceps pop up after Midsummer & are popular in the whole country, while in eastern Finland almost all edible fungi are consumed, including milkcaps and russulas. Most of the mushroom recipes originate from Russia, since Finns used mushrooms in coloring fabrics rather than as food. Mushrooms are used in soups, sauces, stews & pie fillings.

Various species of mushrooms grow plentiful in Finnish forests & false morels that start the season in spring are used in creamy dishes. Chanterelles & ceps pop up after Midsummer & are popular in the whole country, while in eastern Finland almost all edible fungi are consumed, including milkcaps and russulas. Most of the mushroom recipes originate from Russia, since Finns used mushrooms in coloring fabrics rather than as food. Mushrooms are used in soups, sauces, stews & pie fillings.

Old-growth forest Finland by Greenpeace Finland, via Flickr

Old-growth forest Finland by Greenpeace Finland, via Flickr

Delicious boletus, a mushroom growing wild in Finland

Delicious boletus, a mushroom growing wild in Finland

Рододендрон Helsinki University

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