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Hi, I would like some input and any experiences any of you may have with working with nontoxic organic photosensitive materials. I have been working with platinum/palladium for a while and would like any input from anyone on working with plants/ flowers/ juices etc. This is for a project based on "the organic " that is brining community artists together with kids and adults. So .. Non toxic would be the key here with the kids..