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Someone told me that you shouldn't eat the seeds in grapes for they were poisonous. I was led to believe otherwise. I searched the web and their seems to be contradictions. Is they any concrete information?


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Regular table grapes would be fine, but other grape-like fruits can be poisonous:

http://www.sdturtle.org/Plants%20that%20Poison.htm

Anthony R. Brach, PhD



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