Whole-Wheat Pizza with Gardener’s Woe

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Home Made in the Oven: Truly Easy, Comforting Recipes for Baking, Broiling, and Roasting

By Yvette van Boven

Published 2019

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While the rest of the world was foraging for their wild garlic pesto and nettle soup, I was pulling weeds in my garden. Back in the day, my sister and I would earn some pocket money by removing ground elder, also commonly called “gardener’s woe.” Ground elder is a persistent plant that is almost impossible to get rid of; each chopped-off piece of root continues to grow. But don’t worry; this weed is edible. Prepare ground elder like you would spinach, or dry bunches of it upside down in you