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In Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling unveils a series of plants, most of them used mainly for healing, or decoration. In the wizarding world, they eat a lot of common muggle food, using muggle ingredients. Are there any wizarding plants mainly used as ingredients in food, that are specifically magical?(Excluding all of the sweets sold at various locations)

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    Spellbinding nuts? – Valorum Dec 28 '18 at 0:43
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    Gurdyroot seems to fit the bill. It's certainly not mundane in origin and its main purpose seems to be to make a foul-tasting elixir of indeterminate usage – Valorum Dec 28 '18 at 1:07
  • @Valorum what you serve when you don't want visitors – marcellothearcane Dec 28 '18 at 11:45
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  1. Gillyweed, which may or may not be used to make gillywater
  2. Derwent Shimpling survived eating an entire Venomous Tentacula, he even became famous for it

I only looked up plants spoken of on the One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi page of the wiki, no further, so there may be better examples, waiting only for someone to find them.

  • Do you have evidence for this you can edit in? – TheLethalCarrot Jan 15 at 7:55
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    I am pretty sure the venemous tentacula is not specifically used for eating, neither is gillyweed. I am asking for one's that are mainly used for food. – Ginge Jan 15 at 19:25

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