Podophyllum is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Berberidaceae,
described as a ... Mayapples are woodland plants, typically growing in colonies
derived from a single ... the fruit has turn...
Jul 16, 2011 ... “When I eat a thoroughly ripe May apple, I am reminded of several tropical ... and
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Mayapples can be canned and they freeze well. .... I have eaten 5or 6 ripe
Mayapples, seeds included, at a time with no adverse effects, so don't panic- you
Oct 1, 2010 ... I can't remember where I first read about May apples. Perhaps ... I have a great
respect for bulimics. .... The fruit can be eaten in small amounts.
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May 17, 2009 ... ... easy identified wild edible called the mayapple, known to bloom in May. ...
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Apr 9, 2009 ... How to write about a plant this is mentioned by Captain John Smith in 1612 and
also noted ... The Indians enjoy eating the fruit, which has a sour but pleasant
taste. ... The medical uses of Mayapples haven't been forgotten.
Other common names: Mandrake, May Apple, May-apple. Family: Barberry family
-- ... CAUTION: Do not eat the fruit until it is ripe. Ripe fruits are yellow and soft.
Jul 22, 2014 ... Mayapples can be eaten fresh, juiced, cooked into jelly and marmalade, ... If you'
re nervous about foraging, start with something easy like wild ...
Each mayapple plant produces just one fruit, and you'll have to wait until the
mayapple is completely ripened.Be sure not include the seeds, roots and leaves,
or green mayapples in this ... Do not eat skin or seeds; eat only very ripe pulp.
May 12, 2005 ... are these edible for humans? has anyone tried them, and how to prepare ... Ripe
mayapples should be treated the same way, by not consuming more ... Also,
even though fully ripe mayapple fruit is considered safe to eat, the ...