Sulfuric Colesteat - Enchanted by Nature
Sulfuric jaundice (Laetiporus sulfureus)
- young fruiting bodies are edible and quite tasty, old ones are inedible
- In English they are called chicken-of-the-woods
- has a pale yellow color that fades with age
- grows like a parasite on trees that usually die in a few years
- we do not collect yew-growing fungi, because they can accumulate poisonous substances
- The gallbladder must first be boiled and the water drained to get rid of the lectins. After that, it can be fried.