Green Foods You Probably Shouldn’t Consume On St. Patrick’s Day

I am the girl that looks for excuses to celebrate. I love being able to dress up for whatever the festivities of the day warrant, and make lots of good food to eat, and, well, St. Patrick’s Day is no exception! When I was in pre-school and kindergarten, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, our teacher would read Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham, followed by the room moms serving green eggs and ham as a snack (yes, these were the good old days when snack time was a scheduled part of the school day).

I don’t think I really ate the snack that day because I couldn’t get over the green color especially the color of the ham. Like many things usually do, this got me thinking. What are some other green foods that people make or dye for St. Patrick’s Day that just make them look really weird…I am a very picky eater, so these green items may not affect you at all, but they just don’t look like a very good idea.

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