Here's my picture of a beautiful group of Amanita muscaria var. 'guessowii' that I saw last October, in a lawn, beside a windrow of Spruce. And if you look real close - you'll see a fly on this 'Fly Agaric' These may not be good for people (or not, depending on what you get up to on the weekend) - but - they are very good for the roots of their host trees. They are ectomycorrhizal partners of all Pine, Spruce, Fire, Hemlock etc. So if you see them - don't pick them
Change to organics
Organic produce options are increasing every day in the grocery store. Organics are now extending well beyond the produce aisles into packaged foods, meats, and freshly baked goods.