You probably don't own any. Mining a block while solo mining would be like winning the lotto at the moment because there are so many well-equipped miners competing for each block. It sounds from your first post as though you are mining while using zcashd with gen=1 in the zcash.conf file. If that's true, there are two commands you may find useful in case you strike oil.
./src/zcash-cli ./src/zcash-cli listreceivedbyaddress 0 true
The first gives you a lot of info, and one of the lines there is 'balance'. Balance of what? I'm not sure myself, having not personally struck oil, maybe that's the immature balance I've read about that's not ready to be spent yet? The second command shows all your transparent addresses. As far as I understand the zcash miner creates a new transparent address for each block you mine, so surely it would be listed there and each address does show it's own 'amount'.
But unless you're running a GPU farm, you'll need to join a pool to see some ZEC any time soon. Good luck And if you learn more specifics than I know about the topic, please do update your post so others can benefit from your learning.