Mar 16, 2007, 3:26 PM
Post #3 of 19
Yes, Tio, epazote is often cooked with beans... so Señor Google also informs.
Evidentially the herb is credited in taking out the, 'rooty-toot-toot':)
And for several medicinal properties, among them, giving it the nick-name in English...worm-weed.
Since can't buy it fresh where I live, best chance to find out what all the 'buzz' is about; is to grow the herb and experiment.
Was hoping that the cooks on the forum might give out their favorite suggestions. for usage.
The adjectives used to describe its flavor, are VERY variable:)