For example, roots and plants such as sweet potato, taro, and yam. The process of sweet potato germination is that the starch inside the sweet potato is converted into sugar, and the sugar is then supplied to the growth of sweet potato buds. In such a nutrient conversion process, the sweet potato itself does not produce toxins. The buds that are born are also free of toxins, so the sweet potato and the buds grown above can be eaten, but the sweet potato after germination deteriorates its taste due to the loss of starch and water, and the oxygen nutrition inside. It has also become less, so there is no need to eat.
Also, in our daily life, ginger is often put into germination. In fact, the consumption of sprouted ginger is not poisoned, but compared with fresh ginger, it has been greatly reduced in terms of nutrition and flavor, and it is especially important to pay attention. The thing is that if ginger has rotted, it will produce baicalein, so it is recommended that if you have already rotted, you have to throw it all.