Yes. Mock strawberries are not poisonous, but they don't have any flavor to speak of.
It would be gross, but yes. (if you want to get sick, eat one.) I expect you probably can. However, the advisability of doing such a thing is another story. Personally, I'd recommend you don't.
yes raccoons , bears etc all eat nuts and berries such as blueberries , strawberries and including CHERRIES.
well what they they had to eat was mock everything really: mock goose, mock ham and even mock bread
Meal worms can not eat onions or pickles, but they can eat strawberries. :)
No, it is doubtful that a raccoon would eat a poinsettia which can be poisonous.
So, not only are wild strawberries completely safe to eat, they have more health benefits than you could have realized. So, the next time you see them on the trail, popping a few in your mouth before moving on is a great idea. The strawberries that we are most familiar with are typically grown on farms.
-12.98xpi to the power of 6
Box turtles can eat deadly amanita toadstools with no ill effect. They concentrate the toxins in their body and become toxic, themselves. A moldy strawberry won't even give it indigestion.
yes. Organic means that they didn't use fertilizer or pesticides and as long as you wash them there is minimal to no residue.
yes they can. chickens LOVE strawberries. like me!
no it is not alive.