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What are Ramps When Ramps are Food?

I saw a recipe called Sallys Ramps with Bacon. The recipe called for 2 lbs of ramps. What are ramps?

Ramps are an early spring wild onion/scallion/leek-like vegetable that grow between North Carolina, New England, and Minnesota, and are in season only from late March to early May.

So print out the recipe and staple it to your calendar for next April, and then find out what all the fuss is about.

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