Two Of The World’s Most Toxic Mushrooms Can Be Found In South Carolina Each Year
With the arrival of the pandemic came a boost in the world’s interest in foraging for mushrooms to eat. Fortunately, you don’t need to be a bona fide mycologist to forage for mushrooms – but you do need to know the difference between species. More specifically, knowing which mushrooms are not edible proves to be the most helpful skill. In South Carolina, two of the world’s most dangerous mushrooms grow practically side by side. Yet the two are very different in their make up.
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Robin Jarvis is a travel writer and editor for OnlyInYourState.com with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. Her love for travel has taken her to many parts of the world. She's lived in the Carolinas for nearly three decades and currently resides in Charleston. When she's not working, she loves to cook with friends and check out new adventures. General questions and FAM tours: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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