There's a plant that produces a berry you can use to make a lovely, citrusy tea. Intrigued?
Now, before you start itching and scratching and thinking of the poisonous variety, please pay close attention. VPR recently had the opportunity to go foraging for a specific edible variety of the plant with Vermont’s self-described Johnny Appleseed of sumac, Stephen Marshall of North Ferrisburgh.
So, what is the difference between the poison sumac and the edible Staghorn sumac?