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originally posted by: DJMSN
a reply to: LookingAtMars
People in some Southern States have eaten clay for generations.
White dirt" is actually a soft, chalky clay called kaolin and is widely used to make porcelain, paper and paint. The mineral kaolinite is one of the most common in the world, and the best-known deposits are located in the southeastern U.S.
It is a mineral and perhaps it can offer something special.