The Garlic Mustard Pesto

Garlic mustard, wild garlic invasive weeds pesto by VIFarms

Garlic mustard, wild garlic invasive weeds pesto by VIFarms

The Garlic Mustard Pesto is amazingly delicious and is packed with nutrients only as a wild food can be. A teaspoon on that spread on a toast keeps me flying through the afternoon. I tried the greens it as a salad or cooked, but i found that the optional recipe is the pesto: 1 cup mustard green, 2 tablespoon olive oil, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, pinch salt in a blender. Add any twists to your taste. The flavour is mild with the characteristic punch of high quality arugula. Besides culinary value, i spoke about the medicinal properties in the earlier posts.




About Anya Pozdeeva, vifarms

Vertically Integrated Urbarn Aquaponics, Permaponics, Permaculture and Sustainable Living, New York Style!
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3 Responses to The Garlic Mustard Pesto

  1. Pingback: Pesto – home made yummies! « Rhianna's Guide to Ethical Eating

  2. beingjw says:

    genius! we have tons of that weed and when i pick it, it smells so appetizing.

  3. beingjw says:

    Reblogged this on being and commented:
    Have you heard of garlic mustard?
    It’s that terribly invasive, omnipresent weed that seems to have taken over all northern states. Well here is a recipe for Invasive Weed Pesto – genius!

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