Is There Any Combination Of Vegetables That Could Cause You Harm?
I have heard that consuming food containing ginger after a meal consisting mainly of tapioca, could result in food poisoning. In these lines do you know of, or have you heard of any combination of two or more vegetables or fruits that could cause harm if cooked together or eaten separately?
There is no such combination that I know of. Some people will have an allergy to a certain food or combination of foods; but, that is the exception rather than the rule. BTW: the only way I know to get food poisoning is to eat food that has either been improperly prepared or improperly stored.
Yes .. I came across this many times --> Spinach and tomato . Its said that cooking these together and consuming causes kidney stones.
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