Mushrooms can be deadly if consumed in the wrong species, as some contain toxins that can be fatal.
Tomato leaves contain the poisonous Glycoalkaloid, which can cause stomach issues, cramps, and anxiety, so it's advisable to avoid them.
Peanut allergy can cause anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially fatal reaction, so it's crucial to know your allergies before consuming peanuts or peanut butter.
Potatoes have both poisonous stems and leaves, but even so, potato poisoning is rare. Most potato-related deaths come from eating green potatoes, or drinking potato leaf tea.
Bitter almonds, which are actually seeds, contain cyanide in their raw form, and require specialized heat treatment to remove the toxins before consumption.
Hot dogs are the leading cause of choking-related fatalities in children, so it's important to supervise them while eating.
Unpasteurized honey can contain toxins that cause symptoms like headaches, dizziness, weakness, and vomiting, and can be fatal in large amounts.
High levels of mercury in raw tuna can cause dangerous symptoms like itching, pain, and high blood pressure, especially for children and pregnant women.
Raw cashews contain urushiol causing rashes or death, and anacardic acid in their shells can burn skin, so they must be boiled or roasted before consumption.