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vegas_greaser: wonder if you would end up lile the tree man from creepshow after eating kudzu?
JackieRabbit: Are they kidding me? Kudzu tastes like shiat. Cows won't eat it and if they do decide to give it a try, it ruins their milk. So far, beyond the erosion control for which it was introduced, only use for the plant has been found: as a source for bio-fuel.
SugarPlumFarie: .your pee smells horrible ^-^
fappomatic: The article is incorrect. Kudzu can grow as much as 8 feet a day in the peak of the growing season. We can thank President Roosevelt for its infestation of every national park in the Southeast.
fappomatic: We can thank President Roosevelt for its infestation of every national park in the Southeast.
DeltaPunch: Somebody finally get around to reading the Wikipedia page on kudzu? I'm pretty sure the Japanese have been eating it for a long time, it's commonly used as animal feed, and the roots can be ground up to make a white powder which is commonly used in vegan/macrobiotic dishes as a thickener (healthier alternative to flour, say).Carry on...
vodka: I have never once seen flowers on kudzu, what makes it flower?