White ChanterelleCantharellus subaldidus

The White Chanterelle is much the same as the Yellow Chanterelle except the color is white. It can be yellowed when bruised. This Chanterelle mushroom is not as prevalent as the Yellow Chanterelle but is sought after and may be more popular. The White Chanterelle is more common to the Pacific Northwest and Central California. Prepare the White Chanterelle as you would the Yellow Chanterelle. The white insides are delicious in either species.