Raw kidney and castor beans are not safe to consume raw. They both contain a component known as lectins, and it's toxic to consume. Consuming lectins can cause food poisoning like symptoms. Red kidney beans are rich in protein, fibre, and antioxidants. However, eating them raw can wreak havoc on your stomach.
In fact it is absolutely not safe to eat any meat when it's completely raw, it con cause more harm than good in one's body. Surely by now you know why one should never eat raw meat, but as we all know that some people care less about the dangers associated with whatever they do or consume, there will always be someone to advice others to eat raw meat.
A man recently left Mzansi stunned as he shared that he had raw Woolies lamb kidneys for lunch, his lunch meal also left a lot of people unimpressed, i mean who would have these for lunch, supper or anything? What do you think of this type of lunch. Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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