Not all foods are friendly. We found out which eats belong on the danger list, from poisonous plant parts to allergic-reaction-inducing ingredients and more.
Like food with an edge? Check out these banned foods that are outlawed in the United States. Or try one of these weird fried foods.
By Lauren Donaldson
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