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So, I was just ready about various types of shrubs and berries in a book I had recently come to own, when I stumbled upon this: (Apologies for the bad quality picture...)They are pretty common around the area I live, although I had never thought to eat them, and apparently for good reason. They are considered non-edible, which makes me wonder why they are included in TFC as an edible berry? I mean according to several sources [Source, Source, Picture above]they are not terribly poisonous but should never be consumed. I wonder if this is something that was overlooked or simply ignored during the time they were implemented into the mod. Either way I still think they should either cause some sort of adverse effect upon consumption, or not be a harvestable/edible food source in TFC.If this suggestion were to be acted upon, might I suggest the implementation of Huckleberries as a replacement to snowberries. If the snowberries were simply added for a change to the regular berry palate, being uniquely coloured and providing a different texturing, might I suggest the addition of Cloudberries?