Are Green Tomatoes Poisonous?

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Green tomatoes are not poisonous. However, their stem and leaves contain a chemical known as glycoalkaloid that upsets the stomachs and causes nervousness. Always ensure that you remove the leaves before cooking the tomatoes.
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