wood hedgehog


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wood hedgehog

n
(Plants) a pale buff basidiomycetous fungus, Hydnum repandum, found in broad-leaved woodlands having a spiny underside to the cap
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"Porcini, wood hedgehogs, giant parasols, ceps and chanterelles are all delicious to eat, but most people, understandably, don't want to take the risk when they are not completely sure what's safe to eat," says Justin.
"Porcini, wood hedgehogs, giant parasols, are all delicious to eat, but most of the crop goes to waste as people don't know what's safe to pick and eat," says Justin.