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The Most Poisonous Plants eBook by Sergei Boutenko

 
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If you plan to start foraging for wild edibles regularly, educating yourself about highly poisonous plants is a really good idea. In addition to thousands of healthy and delicious plants, nature produces some plants that are harmful when ingested. When you go wild crafting, it is likely that you will at some point encounter poisonous flora. In this eBook, Sergei Boutenko introduces several plants that are worth knowing and avoiding. These plants are not wicked, they just really don’t want to be eaten, so admire them for what they are (beautiful masterpieces of nature) and don’t put them in your food.

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