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edibility of honey locust leaves/pods

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I wonder if the reactions that people are getting are perhaps due to oxalate crystals in the pods or something similar?  I only got the reaction when eating part of the pod but when scooping out the pulp then just drying that part i had no reaction at all and it was fine.  The pain from the pod part reminded me of eating beets that had too high of an oxalate content.  
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