Depending on the type, they can taste like bacon, lobster, almonds — even hot peppers.
You can make furniture out of them. You can turn them into a hat. You can use them to clean up contaminated soil.
In a way, these sentences almost sound like a riddle. But actually, this is just a hint of what Portugal Cove, N.L. farmers Anita Walsh, Gerard Walsh, and their son Gerry Walsh have learned about edible mushrooms over the past four years.