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These were growing in central Ky in wood chips that I had used for mulch. I want to make a stir fry. Should I let my guests eat some first to see what happens before I do or can someone tell me if they’re safe to eat? Thanks. 

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Looks like some type of Agrocybe.  I'm not sure which exact species.  There are a few Agrocybe that are edible, but they're supposedly not very tasty.  You should never eat a wild mushroom unless you're 100% sure of your ID.

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Possibly Agrocybe sororia. I agree with Calvert, not a good idea to experiment with eating mushrooms that represent a species for which edibility is not well understood... let alone feeding them to other people! 

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