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Originally posted by HistoricFoodie HistoricFoodie wrote:

and is poisionous as well

Although there is a variety called poison sumac (one of the three poisonous plants in the U.S.), it isn't very common.

There are many more than 3 poisonous plants in Florida. Not sure about the rest of the Country. I assume you are referring to poison sumac, poison ivy and poison oak.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HistoricFoodie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 March 2013 at 14:07
Yeah, those three.
 
Let me amend what I said: There are three that are poisonous to touch. Several others that are harmful (such as stinging nettles), but which do no long-term harm. And many that are toxic to injest.
 
The point is, of the several sumacs that grow in America, only one---the rarest of them as it turns out---is poisonous. Yet, the average person typically thinks of "sumac" is poisonous, and to be avoided.
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Sadly there is quite a bit of it in the woods in Florida. Since I hunt, I have "found" it a few times. Not much fun! There is a lot of edible sumac here also, but they look a lot alike.
After a little research, it turns out you stay away from the plants with the white berries!
Thanks for making me go look!
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