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Found these in the back field. I was wandering if these are add able or not.
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That is a species of Calvatia, you can tell by the all white color inside and out and I don't see any evidence of cap forming internally.
Calvatia are edibles.

As always, make sure you know absolutely (find a local mycologist or mushroom expert) before you eat one, When it comes to mushrooms you usually only get one chance and getting it wrong results in the long dirt nap.

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The complete absence of any internal structures marks it as a puffball. Puffballs are edible as long as the inside is still white.
 
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