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I've eaten the fruit of the native bread, only to later have been told that the fruit part is toxic... but I didn't have any ill effects...
It tastes like sourdough bread with a texture of halva. The tuber was like wood, so I couldn't eat that. I cooked up the fruit in a stew, like I would with a shitake... it didn't change in it's nature at all, and remained the same as it was when raw.
Has anyone else had experiences with eating native bread, cooking with it or cultivating it? Love to hear from you.
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Then the life of the staff is a loaf.
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