I found a yummy post from a great blog and am passing it on to you. I love herbal things and love wild things and Rosemari Roast has some great info and good art offerings. I wish we had this wild invasive weed in our neighborhood — it sounds yummy!
Wild foods are most often in their prime for only a short window of time and springtime greens of the second-year Alliaria petiolata, commonly called garlic mustard, are no exception. The ones on my little acre are just preparing to bloom, so harvest I must. Rain or no rain, in the only hours available to me. I pluck this “wild invasive” by the roots to manage its vivacious spreading and do my best to waste nothing.
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