Night Shade Vegetables include the following:
Potatoes the common potato sources include baked, mashed, scalloped, chips, fries, knishes, pierogies, plus potato water in breads, buscuits, matzo, soups and stews and vodka. Beware that potato is also included in these ingredients: hydrolyzed vegetable protein, modified vegetable protein, or modified food starch hidden in packaged meats, cold cuts and seafood and other processed foods. Sweet potatoes are ok -- they are from a different family.
Tomatoes and their sauces (like barbecue and brown sauces), seasonings, condiments like ketchup and steak sauce, prepared meats (like meatloaf), baked beans, gravies and salad dressings containing them.
Peppers include red, green, orange, yellow, jalapeno, chili, cayenne, curry, pimentos, and paprika. These are hidden in salads, cold cuts, pastas, sausage and deli meats, seasoning mixes, crackers, dips and spreads.
Flaxseed and olive oils, vegetables, including sweet potatoes, and many other spices like black pepper (not the same family), garlic, ginger, basil, rosemary and more. All fresh unprocessed meats, fowl and seafoods, wines and fruits, nuts, beans, cheeses, grains and herbs are not in the nightshade family.