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Cerioporus squamosus,  commonly called pheasants back,  dryads saddle.  Edible,  but need fresh young ones or the tender tips. I still don't seem to cook it anyway but tough! You shouldn't eat any mushroom fresh, but if you take a small bite it tastes like cucumbers or non sweeten watermelon rind.

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Yep, I find these this time of year. They're a little chewy but "okay" with my breakfast eggs.

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