Soaproot root: {Chloragalum palmeridian}

   Although soaproot can be used as soap when it is raw, crushed, & rubbed vigorously– when the bulb (root) is bake heatedthe saponin (soap) is destroyed & the bulb becomes edible.  Baked soaproot bulbs tastes somewhat like a peanut-like sweet potato.

See Soaproot root {Chloragalum palmeridian} on the Identify a Species>Woodland Dweller section to learn more.

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Bibliography: Richard Lonewolf

Database Entry: Distance Everheart 5-7-13,, 10-17-14


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