|An Earth Day Omelet|
If you haven't foraged for garlic mustard before, you should know that it is packed with Vitamins A, C, E and some of the B vitamins, potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and magnese. If you're up for picking it, you're in luck because it's everywhere (hence, many considering it an invasive, annoying weed). It has a light garlicky taste and can be eaten raw in an early spring salad or cooked in such wonderfulness as soup, stir-fries, or omelets.
Here's what it looks like:
|One of the garlic mustard patches|