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Tricks for making Japanese Knotweed edible

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is considered a very invasive weed in many parts of the world, including across Europe.

Here I share tips on how to turn this invasive plant into a tasty food, including information on how to do this safely and legally. I share the when, how, what and why of cooking and eating this plant. In the UK you can be fined for encouraging the spread of this plant, but not fined for eating it! Just follow these guidelines first.

Ooh, plus a simple Japanese compote recipe to get you started.

Which part of Japanese knotweed tastes best?
Experiments for Japanese knotweed recipes. Which part tastes best?!

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