Artemisia vulgaris – Famine Foods

Artemisia vulgaris


Japan: leaves eaten, during the period of food scarcity following World War II (ca. 1945-1946). In previous times, the young plant was eaten during Spring, and also used for flavoring mochi, or dan-go.

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