It turns out you can use roadside weeds to make bread
When crops escape from a farm, the roadside can quickly become a natural grocery store
Fresh rye has gone rogue in the Western United States, having spread from farms and settling itself successfully into the landscape.
You can find it quite easily at the roadside, and the King Of Random YouTube channel has decided to see whether you can harvest the wild rye and then turn it into something edible.
All you need is a scythe, something to thrash it to extract the seeds and then something to grind them before you have the main ingredient for a slightly weird loaf of bread or even some pancakes.
Next time you fancy some roadkill then, maybe going medieval with the local weeds can be seen as an option.