nor me but im only a beginner of 30 odd years,is it worth it to risk eating them when a proper id will either save you or remind you where to look next year .even if they edible they really do look a bit elderly which has issues such as poor taste,texture and biological challenges from decay products.
||Don't look like parasols to me either. The top is too smooth - most parasols have 'scaly' tops.|
||the snake like striations on the stem, and the size does point to Macrolepiota procera [parasols] through eliminating any other poss. nasty species [in my opinion as an old hand!!!] but in the final analysis the pos. id and subsequent edibility -on forums-is always with you because of obvious reasons!!!!|
Wait til next year and I'll happily take you to a parasol patch so you can try them, I'm only round the corner from you if you're in Christchurch (Dorset)
Even if that is a parasol (looks it to me as per bubble's analysis), it's passed it's best so you won't actually be "trying" parasol properly.