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I did not know this

But kudzu is edible. Seems like someone should get on that. It grows everywhere.

9 Responses to “I did not know this”

  1. mikee Says:

    As a small child growing up in North Carolina, my Dad would point at the kudzu growing over the pine trees along the highway and say, “All that can be eaten by goats. But then you get more goats.”

  2. J T Bolt Says:

    It’s good for everything, that’s why it was imported and planted.

  3. JTC Says:

    If “edible” just means you can consume it without it killing you, then that applies to most plant material.

    Whether it has attributes that make it desirable to do so and therefor marketable is something else again. Eating bugs has a lot more going for it but that doesn’t happen much either.

  4. Jerry Gibbs Says:

    And so are Poke salad, and dandelion greens. And they are still just weeds in the lawn. Google a wild carrot. Ah, weeds. Damn weeds.

  5. Greg Says:

    If it can be marketed as Keto, Paleo or Gluten Free then we have a winner 🙂

  6. Gladorn Says:

    Roaches are edible also. I’ve been in enough wilderness survival courses, so I think I’ll pass on this one.

  7. Jim Says:

    If you use enough olive oil when you saute it kudzu will slide cleanly out of the pan into the trash.

  8. Gladorn Says:

    @Jim, I’m adding your Kudzu recipe into my cookbook.

  9. SayUncle Says:

    Had poke sallet as a kid. Haven’t ever tried it since. I remember it tasting good.