Mushrooms are loved for their taste or feared because they could be poisonous. Here is a collection of proverbs and quotes about mushrooms.
A lucky man can stumble upon a treasure while an unlucky one can’t even find a mushroom.
A mushroom grows on dung.
All mushrooms are edible, but some only once.
Asparagus and mushrooms teach a cook humility.
Clothes I wear for mushroom hunting are rarely sent to the cleaner. They constitute a collection of odors I produce and gather while rambling in the woods.
Compliments are like mushrooms, the most beautiful are the most poisonous.
Every mushroom knows its time.
Falling in love is like eating mushrooms, you never know if it's the real thing until it's too late.
He has sprung up like a mushroom.
I must be a mushroom. They keep me in the dark and feed me bullshit.
If a hunter comes back with mushrooms, don't ask him how his hunt was.
If you wish to eat a mushroom, you cannot consider what the mushroom fed on.
It’s better to eat a mushroom in freedom than to eat meat in slavery.
Like mushrooms in the rain.
Mushroom is not bread, berry is not grass.
Mushrooms are the food of the gods.
Old mushroom has young root.
Once the mushroom has sprouted from the earth, there is no turning back.
One who is noisy in the wood, scares away mushrooms.
The wedding feast is not made with mushrooms only.
The white mushroom is small but noble.
To be afraid of wolves, to be without mushrooms.
Watch out for the unexpected mushroom.
When the fall is poor for mushrooms, the winter will be rich with snow.
When there is dead tree stump, then there is mushroom growing.
Where is one mushroom, there is another.
Without stooping down for the mushroom, you cannot put it in your basket.