It certainly needs salt and parmesan and perhaps hot sauce if you’re so inclined, but it’s pretty good! Just use it like you would any green in a pesto. Deelish.
I used the newer leaves closer to the top near the flower, and only the 2nd year growth (shown above). I didn’t use the flowers or stalks, although you can. It was all over my yard (it’s all over all y’all yards), and it’s easy to harvest. An edible green that is readily available when no other green is. And you can freeze it like you would basil, just to have in the winter.
I did NOT know you could eat that. It’s just started to move into the woods around our house up north.
Yep – get it. I’ll help you.