Recent Examples of nightshade from the Web
The Level II program is a week-long detox that cuts out dairy, GMOs, gluten, grains, meat, nightshades, sugar, and caffeine.
Rigatoni alla Siciliana ($15.95) pays homage to the island of Sicily, a region known for its plump tomatoes and other hot-weather nightshades.
The nightshades have an ominous reputation, but this large plant family is more than just its most poisonous members, like belladonna.
But paleontologists in the Patagonia region in Argentina have discovered 52 million-year-old fossilized tomatillos, which are also nightshades.
Using a map of his brain waves is one of his means of achieving self-optimization, a belief in body as temple, the way Tom Brady achieves it by not eating nightshades.
Here’s a look at two upcoming classes that will teach you the splendor of working with nightshades.
Bittersweet nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) takes after plants like belladonna, a notoriously toxic relation.
Eggplant is one of the most popular veggie substitutes for meat, so, naturally, this nightshade makes a mean jerky, too.
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First Known Use of nightshade
before 12th century
medical Definition of nightshade
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