Today while checking the Acreage Cecil spotted these mushroom growing along the neighbors fence on our side. They look somewhat like the ones I had growing in the front yard last year..I was afraid to eat it (being not familiar with it). The old adage "When in doubt throw it out".
I wish some mushroom expert out there would take a look at these pictures and tell me what you know (or think). Is it a special blessing or "Forbidden Fruit" in our little "Almost an Acre" Paradise.
The meat is a milky white color,and quite solid. I can't think of any other description of it in comparison except the white around the store mushrooms, there just isn't any gills.
They look as if they would fair well saute with some onions for many dishes besides eggs. Do a closeup and let me have your opinion, Especially you readers that have those massive farms. Thanks.
UPDATE: The mushroom is a " Puff Ball" and its edible.
Here are the mushrooms being fried in a little butter and oil. I put about 1/2 cup into Saran wrap packages, into a container and ended up with about 7 packages. They will go into scrambled eggs, omelets or anything else I can think of. Yesterday I made Spaghetti sauce and added one of the packages to it and the sauce was delicious.