Not all mushrooms are made equal. Crimini mushrooms are excellent pasta toppings, but certain species contain lethal toxins.
The leaves of the crimson, delicious fruit contain Glycoalkaloid, a toxin known to cause stomach distress, severe cramping, and anxiety.
The leaves of the rhubarb plant are toxic and can cause difficulty breathing, convulsions, renal failure, and even death.
Peanut allergies are one of the most frequent. Anaphylaxis is the most severe reaction, which can cause severe closure of the airways, shock, and even loss of consciousness.
A strong allergic response to shellfish can cause difficulty breathing and possibly death.
Although though potatoes have deadly stems and leaves, potato poisoning is uncommon. The majority of potato-related fatalities result from consuming green potatoes.
Keep an eye out for cherry seeds, which contain toxic hydrogen cyanide.
Salmonella bacteria, which may cause gastroenteritis in humans, can be found in raw meat, poultry, and shellfish, as well as undercooked eggs.
Bitter almonds are high in cynaide when eaten fresh. To eliminate the poisons, they must undergo a particular heat treatment.
The ballpark favorite is the top cause of choking deaths in children, so keep an eye on your kids while they eat them.