Re: [pfaf] common plantain
- Young tender leaves are soft and make great addition in salads and
older leaves can be fermented for sauerkraut or manually juiced.
seeds can be stoneground and added in soups or used as thickener in spreads
as it functions like flax seed. it's very tasty also.
> Does anyone know how to eat this?? I have plenty growing and hear it is
> very good and good for us...but what do I do with it?
> Thank you
Maybe you could plant Sutherlandia frutescens?
I have plants here in Flanders, from seeds purchased from Silverhill seeds in SA.