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Ramps are a wild onion that grow during the spring in Eastern Canada and the U.S. They're sometimes referred to as wild leeks, and taste like a balanced mixture of garlic and onion. They're pungent, to say the very least.
Some folks find ramps absolutely delicious -- so delicious that civilized people have fought over the last few bunches at the farmers' markets. So desired that they've monopolized the spring menus of top New York City chefs. So coveted that they've inspired people to tattoo them onto their bodies. In sum, people who like ramps don't just like them, they're obsessed with them.
These Ramps are actually farmed like any other perennial crop. You will see roots on some of them because the crop is being thinned this year.
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