In an unusual twist to the problem of Japanese Knotweed, it seems that some people are experimenting with eradicating Japanese Knotweed with unusual recipes
The ingredients required for this Japanese knotweed recipe are very simple and can often be found around the garden and house. Japanese knotweed and roasted vermin is, and we hope you agree, an unusual combination, however celebrity chef Sam Clark from Moro restaurant will be cooking them together in dishes at the Frieze London art fair later this week.
Clark will be cooking the vermin and Japanese knotweed dishes that will be served to the guests of the art fair on the pavilion while members of the public will be able to watch from a viewing platform. If you are tempted in cooking your own Japanese knotweed recipe then there is a Japanese knotweed identification guide available so you can spot it in the wild.
It is the first time that food will be served at the Frieze London art fair and founder and director, Matthew Slotover said, "It's going to be a bit wild and unpredictable but it's one of the things I'm most excited about this year."
Other Japanese knotweed recipes
This isn't the first Japanese knotweed recipe to be conjured up by chefs, Andy Hamilton's Japanese knotweed vodka has proven to be very popular as well as Japanese knotweed crumble.
Japanese knotweed tastes similar to rhubarb and can be exchanged for rhubarb in various recipes. The tough to beat weed costs the UK economy around £150m a year to control in Japanese knotweed treatment. Dino Pavledis, a chef from Brighton has suggested that eating it could be an effective treatment option and came up with a number of Japanese knotweed recipes.
More information on Japanese knotweed
If you suspect that you have a Japanese knotweed problem, it is important that an expert looks at it to recommend a Japanese knotweed treatment that will be able to tackle the infestation. Call Wise Knotweed Solutions today on 0808 231 9218 to speak to an expert. Alternatively you can email the team online by clicking here.
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