Re: Only a Southener.........
If you are refering to Poke Salad, it is used as a folk medicine and as food. For many decades, poke salad has been a staple of southern U.S. cuisine, where it is cooked and rinsed at least twice to remove the harmful components. All parts of the plant are toxic unless properly prepared. Poke Salad berries yield a red ink or dye, which was once used by aboriginal Americans to decorate their horses.
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