Gourds are not poisonous to humans, although some types do have a bitter taste that make them very difficult to eat. According to Wildflower.org, there are four types of gourds, including the buffalo, fingerleaf, coyote ... More »

Gourds are easily identified by their color, shape, size and general appearance. Gourds come in edible and non-edible varieties, and the non-edible varieties are usually used for table and other decorations. Typical gour... More »

There are numerous types of gourds, some of which are edible. Zucchini and squash are two common gourds that are grown primarily for food. A few gourds sold for ornamental purposes are edible when young, but not after th... More »

There are numerous types of gourds, some of which are edible. Zucchini and squash are two common gourds that are grown primarily for food. A few gourds sold for ornamental purposes are edible when young, but not after th... More »

Some of the most common poisonous mushrooms are amanitas. Though not all amanitas are poisonous, others are some of the most deadly mushrooms known. One of these mushrooms is the fly agaric. It is known for its red, whit... More »

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Although recipes vary widely according to diet and taste preferences, the best filling for stuffed peppers typically includes flavorful ingredients like meat, aromatic vegetables, spices, grains and cheese. The filling c... More »

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Zucchini, summer squash and portobello mushrooms are similar to eggplant in taste and texture. Eggplants are part of the nightshade family of plants, which includes tomatoes, bell peppers and potatoes. More »

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