When looking to identify Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus obliquus), you always want to look for the gold. That softer, squishy yellow/orange core of Chaga contains "fungal lanostances" and also helps to differentiate it from it's closest potential look-alike, the evil "black knot fungus".
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