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NOT edible.

The First Nature website tells us : Polyporus ciliatus is a polypore that grows on fallen branches of deciduous trees. The pores of these thin-capped polypores cannot be detached from the upper layer of the cap. Tough and inedible, these and most other Polyporus species are not fungi to gather as food; however, the dried caps are sometimes used as table decorations or as inert contributors to pot pouri.

FIRST NATURE website : https://www.first-nature.com/fungi//polyporus-ciliatus.php#:~:text=Tough%20and%20inedible%2C%20these%20and%20most

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