Discovering Bishops Weed
Leni Fried of Cummington, MA writes:
Do any of you know of the plant Bishops Weed also known as Goutweed or Ground Elder? I have spent many an hour routing it out or covering it. It’s overly enthusiastic and quite invasive. I researched it yesterday to see if it is edible. It turns out the roots, leaves and seeds are edible! The seeds are prized in Indian cooking and are known as Carom Seeds. They are also used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine.
Here is a link for Bishops Weed greek pie over at nami-nami. Keep me posted if anyone has tried using it and any recipes!