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I usually object to the common names that Audubon invents where none exist but I make an exception in this case.
When first opening, they look exactly like they were dipped into a bowl of melted chicken fat.
In addition to being highly edible, it is interesting in that it ONLY grows under White Pine trees. We found these in a group of about 50 growing under some white pines along one of our trails.
I can't vouch for the edibility as we did not eat them.