Blue Foot Mushrooms


Buy Blue Foot Mushrooms. Being an edible delicacy from the Cortinarius family, Blue foot mushrooms are under the Clitocybe Nuda.

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Blue Foot Mushrooms

Purchase Blue Foot Mushrooms. Blue foot mushrooms, a delicious delicacy from the Cortinarius family, are classified as Clitocybe Nuda. Because of its blue-tinted stem, it is also known as the Pied Blue mushroom. This mushroom is also known as Lila Pereszke in France, Rhodapaxille Nu in Latin, and Wood blewit by American foragers and amateur mycologists. Blue Foot mushroom, also known as Psilocybe Caerulipes, is a rare psilocybin mushroom.

This fungus has long, slender white to greyish caps with dark gills on the underside. When dry, it turns red to brown with white dots. Its stems exhibit pleasing colors, with more color concentration on the caps than on the stem. It has a savory flavor and an earthy scent.

Cooked Blue Foot mushrooms have a strong aroma that is earthy, woody, and velvety. Even if the Blue Foot Magic Mushroom is typically clean, clean it with a paper towel or a mushroom brush before cooking. This mushroom complements eggs, sherry, dry masala, heavy cream, garlic and onion risotto, and arugula. Cooking time is 15 to 20 minutes. It loses its Lilac colours after boiling but retains its form. Roasting, grilling, braising, stewing, and sautéing are all ways to prepare Magic Blue Foot Mushroom. Its stems are edible, however they must be chopped and cooked for a longer period of time.

Blue Foot Mushrooms

Psilocybe Caerulipes mushrooms have brownish conical-convex crowns. Furthermore, the caps are spherical, smooth, cream-colored, and firm, with purple gills. Color concentration is higher on the caps through the caps, while the gills stay grey. The stems of Blue Foot mushrooms are solid and thick, with deep purple colours. Because of heat exposure, the purple color fades over time. It features dark purple to smooth brown spores with a broad germ pore at the tip, as well. After cutting or getting a bruise, it turns blue.


1 oz, 1/4 lb, 1/2 lb, 1 lb

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