Cocklebur

Xanthium strumarium

  • young leaves are edible when thoroughly boiled.

  • leaves should be cooked in at least one change of water.

  • seeds are edible raw.

  • seeds can be ground into a flour.

  • grows in low areas, roadsides, and disturbed ground.

  • warning: uncooked leaves are poisonous.

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