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foragedfoodie.blogspot.com/2012/04/wild-food-id-ramps.html

Apr 30, 2012 ... Identification difficulty level: Novice Allium tricoccum, called sometimes wild leeks , spring onions, wood leeks, or ramson, but most commonly ...

theforagerpress.com/fieldguide/aprilfd.htm

Learn to identify wild leeks, AKA ramps or wild onions.

www.wildedible.com/blog/foraging-ramps

Ramps, ramsons or wild leeks, are one of the earliest wild edibles to emerge, and , ... Sustainably harvesting ramps--the root is cut off and left intact in the ground. ..... working for me and of course don't tell anybody where you are finding some.

.ask.com/youtube?q=How+To+Identify+Wild+Ramps%3F&v=y2XqpQ4P224
May 5, 2011 ... http://www.authentichealthcoach.com Learn how to find and identify wild leeks, also known as ramps. Chefs love 'em and so do I. Ramps are ...

www.thegardenofeating.org/2011/04/harvesting-wild-ramps.html

Apr 22, 2011 ... Learn where to find wild ramps - a sought-after spring delicacy - and how to ... you can test your identification by tearing off a leaf and giving it a ...

www.instructables.com/id/Wild-Leeks

It is important to identify wild plants correctly; Wild Leeks have a dagger shaped leaves, solid green in color with a red and white stem and a white bulbous end ...

www.wideopenspaces.com/10-tips-foraging-delicious-smelly-ramps-pics

Mar 31, 2015 ... One of the early wild edibles many people are itching to get after are the wonderfully ... 10 Tips for Foraging for Delicious, Smelly Ramps [PICS] .... It'll help to correctly identify the plants and when you do any kind of research.

ediblemadison.com/articles/view/ramps-part-1/c/full

Apr 24, 2012 ... Ramps (Allium tricoccum), also known as a spring onions, wild leeks and wild garlic, are a wild perennial native to eastern North America.

www.startribune.com/foraging-for-ramps-the-wild-onions-of-the-woodlands/374770911

Apr 6, 2016 ... The distinctive garlicky, peppery aroma of ramps — also called wild onions ... last year, showing me how to identify and safely harvest ramps.

wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/food/edibleplants/wildleek/index.html

Comments: Wild Leeks are onion-like plants that grow in the deep woods. They come up in the spring, usually before much of anything else has come up.