Japanese knotweed bread recipe: sift all dry ingredients together into a large bowl (including knotweed) ...
Here's a fun twist on classic fruit leather using a basic puree of knotweed I mentioned here. It has a nice, slightly tight apple flavor. Lately my pastry chef has been cutting these into strips, tyin
Knotweed. This stuff is chic in foraging communities, but I didn't find out about it through a wild food book or online group. I read about it in one of my favorite cookbooks: Provence Harvest by Jacq
Japanese knotweed is a highly invasive edible plant that is often compared to rhubarb. Here's a recipe for sweet and tangy knotweed bars that will help you conquer this weed by eating it!
Dietetic Intern Tim Chin writes on the nutritional values of Japanese knotweed and provides two healthy recipes.
A recipe for eating foraged Japanese knotweed, a locally-sourced, invasive, wild food. Japanese knotweed fridge pickles.
Eating at Momofuku really got me hooked on pickles. A whole new layer of flavours. And if you haven't already, buy the Momofuku Cookbook....
Japanese salsa verde recipe for eating foraged knotweed, a locally-sourced, invasive, wild food.
...At least when it comes to certain edible invasive plant species such as Japanese Knotweed. This bamboo-looking, jerk-acting plant spreads like microbes on a poop pile (that is to say, fast and effe
Around the time dandelions began taking over my backyard, I noticed an interesting plant growing suspiciously quickly at the front of the house. I also spotted it by the side of the road around my tow