Japanese Knotweed honey

Japanese Knotweed honey

by Mark Johns
(Carnation, WA, USA)

Here in Western Washington state we harvest a lot of Japanese Knotweed honey.

Japanese Knotweed is a member of the Buckwheat family and, like Buckwheat honey, is very dark.

However, the taste of Knotweed is totally different than Buckwheat. Its taste is mild and fruity or berry like, which many find delightful.

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