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Yep! Those look like immature chickens to me. And do like Inthewild said. Too young to tell whether they might be Laaetiporous sufureus, or L. cincinnatus. And if you do decide to take some home, eat only a very small amount, without alcohol, the first time. With many polypores, some people will have a reaction to them no matter how edible they might be.
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