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  • Audiobook
  • Mycophilia
  • Eugenia Bone
  • English
  • 10 January 2016

About the Author: Eugenia Bone

Eugenia Bone a veteran food writer who has published in many national magazines and newspapers is also a cookbook author She has contributed to many cookbooks and a few literary journals been nominated for a variety of food writing awards and participated in radio interactive and online interviews in addition to appearing multiple times on television Eugenia teaches and lectures about food



10 thoughts on “Mycophilia

  1. Jessica Jessica says:

    I love the topic but I wonder what the author was thinking when she made the book as much about her experience of getting into mushrooms as it was about mushrooms She includes so many topics and details I don't care about whether or not some attractive poetry writing MA student attended some party at a mushroom conference and leaves so many interesting things to footnotes the French mob is involved in mushroom poaching? There have been violent turf wars? p125What's there's an entire chapter Chapter 4 devoted to the culture of wild mushroom harvesting in America and it's by far the most racist writing I've ever encountered in a non fiction book The author seems obsessed about the race of the various pickers she encounters at one point she calls them Gypsies p108 and has no problem proliferating local racist opinion To add insult to injury it seems as though she's doing so completely casually and whimsically Here are some sample uotesI could guess their race by their body types sturdy big headed Mexicans and slender petite Asians p102There are a ton of rumors that the Camboes Cambodians cordon off areas with fake forest service tags p107It was very hard to make friends with the Asians although they were always polite ish p112If you'd still like to read the book you should do so just skip Chapter 4 It's relatively light on information anyway and the main narrative involves how she was scared to go out into the forest because she was on her period and worried her period blood would attract a bear Yes you read that right

  2. Adam Adam says:

    Eugenia Bone is from what I understand a food writer who got into mycology as an eater and ended up as the President of the New York Mycological Society She wrote this book to chronicle her exploitsFor anyone who's studied mycology at all or even read a number of other pop mycology books Mr Bloomfield's Orchard Mycelium Running How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World Magical Mushrooms Mischievous Molds The Kingdom Fungi etc this book will be old news However there are some rather nice aspects of the book First of all Bone has a fairly interesting personality and isn't afraid to let it come through in her writing it's certainly not sterilized More importantly she's done an awful lot of reading and searching in the primary literature for the book and having all of that gathered into one place can be helpful and interesting She's also included some of the most fascinating up to date new discoveries which I was unfamiliar with before For instance I was unfamiliar with the fascinating research being done on melanin as an pseudo photosynthetic molecule in fungi So yeah It's always exciting to relive vicariously the discovery of the wonderful world of fungi which is of course our own magical world But there's nothing particularly special about this book other than its recent publication

  3. Amy Amy says:

    I've heard some criticism of this book but to me it creates a complete view of mushrooms from one woman's personal experience and perspective It may not be your own and that's ok As a mushroom enthusiast not a scientist not an expert not a gatherer I found the book truly fascinating It gives a great base of knowledge in everything from history to science to culture to future to cooking I'll be going back through and re reading some chapters to further my understanding Some parts of the book are memoir esue and full of personal insight experience judgement etc but I found that it only added to my enjoyment

  4. Jan Chlapowski Söderlund Jan Chlapowski Söderlund says:

    too 'populist' for my liking but above all voicing dangerously unscientific opinionsEugenia Bone has written a book overflowing with enthusiasm for anything remotely related to fungi It is easy to get carried along by EB's enthusiasm although I found the book to be fundamentally flawed on some important issues Let us start with the positives though I found two sections of the book interesting The scientific part about mushroom biology etc chapter 3 Mutualists decomposers and parasites and about truffle cultivation chapter 6 Truffles And to my surprise the part about psychedelic mushrooms chapter 10 Shrooms I found the excruciatingly American style subjectively annoying but not the main reason I rated the book as I did But for instance the stories about mushroom hunts with a 100 something people running around in an enclosed area and subseuently getting prizes for largest mushroom These amongst others were beyond my stuffy European cultural understanding So why did I rate the book as I did? For instance in chapter 4 Hunters gatherers and thieves EB was appallingly clandestinely racist I could guess their race by their body types sturdy big headed Mexicans and slender petite Asians And other openly degrading remarks Then came chapter 9 Fungi that make you well and fungi that make you sick which made me seriously worried about the way EB voices her meagre knowledge outside her own field Sentences like Western medicine's approach is to react to disease Eastern medicine Traditional Chinese medicine approach is to avoid disease EB is evidently of the opinion that shamanistic rituals and centuries old 'traditions' are useful in treating sickness than the approach of evidence based medicine which has given us antibiotics derived from fungi modern surgical techniues or cardiac arrest treatment algorithms As a healthcare professional it makes me incredibly annoyed when uninformed and uneducated individuals make statements deriding our Western medical knowledge Since this knowledge is the only form of treatment that is both tested to be as safe as possible to the user and checked against rigorous standards to be as efficient as possible A book like this written by someone without the proper knowledge and understanding of medical science depicts unscientific medical traditions in a romantic and optimistic way This may misinform readers causing increased suffering and God forbid death

  5. Rob Slaven Rob Slaven says:

    For once I actually bothered to purchase a book and not just receive it free for review Sadly I wasn't thrilledWhat I expected out of this book was something much science or even mushroom oriented Unfortunately that was only about 20% of the total book's content I put the breakdown at right about20% Science Cultivation and Habitat30% Personal anecdote and memoir30% Festivals events and venues20% CookingIn summary I guess I should have expected some of this based on the description and the history of the author but really not my cup of tea All that said the author is witty turns a fine phrase but that doesn't help much when she's going on about exactly the wrong thing

  6. Daniella Daniella says:

    I made it about 3 hrs into the audiobook and decided to return it The author makes way too many comments about the appearance of the people she encounters in the midwest which has nothing to do with mushrooms and all to do with her looking down her nose at people and I really was turned off by it What little she covered in the first few chapters of the book about mushrooms was very basic and not terribly interesting I definitely enjoy memoirs or books about the relationships they have with plants but this book wasn't very well written

  7. Laura Laura says:

    A fun and thorough introduction to the world of mushrooms I can tell a lot of research went into this book at the same time as another reader voiced I didn't really enjoy some of the unnecessary details Ex the snipe about the Asian woman holding up the mushroom hunt with a persistent little smile seemed rude and unneeded Still a decent book to feed my love for mushrooms

  8. Ami Ami says:

    Dense at times heavy on the science but the author's voice also came through the writingwhich was sometimes good sometimes bad Bone is a pretty bougie Manhattanite but can at times be fairly down to Earth pun intended Although I'm not planning to trip anytime soon I admit that I found the chapter on psilocybin mushrooms most interesting especially when Bone touches on the biochemistry neuroscience behind the perception of religiousspiritual experiences Altogether an interesting although sometime slow journey through the world of fungi and the folks who love them

  9. S Napier S Napier says:

    Interesting but a bit too personalI enjoyed the book and feel I learned uite a bit from it about mushrooms but I was uite put off by the overly sharey feel to the book I know this was written as a personal narrative but the author can be uite snarky at times which really was distasteful to me Her impressions of other people took away from the really good information in the book and disrupted the flow of the narrative I was left with an overall disagreeable impression of the author although I appreciate the knowledge imparted about fungus

  10. Daniel Stewart Daniel Stewart says:

    For anyone with a remote interest in mushrooms and the world of mushroom collectors this book is for you Although I found it informative interesting and well written I didn't connect to the author in any way she seemed proudly self centered at times and that hindered me from truly enjoying the book as much as I could have Certainly worth reading

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