Wild ramps add boost of flavor and nutrition

04/3/2013 | Cherokee One Feather (N.C.)

The green shoots of wild ramps pushing through the soil are one of the first signs of spring. The ramps' strong smell and flavor -- which is often compared to onions and garlic -- make them a natural addition to savory dishes, and they are also a great source of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C and selenium.

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