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Ramsons / Wild Garlic in Early March - UK Wild Food

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Today Justin shows us Ramsons/Wild Garlic in Early March.

Tags: ramsons wild garlic buckrams broad-leaved sremuš bear's food chives lily of the valley crow garlic field.
 
Comments (8)
8 Wednesday, 06 June 2012 10:24
Irene evison
Wild garlic pesto is great. Chop finely, mix with lemon juice, olive oil and grated parmesan using pestle and mortar.
7 Thursday, 10 May 2012 08:19
cleartick
Ramsons/wild garlic/ail des ours (bear's garlic, in french), are easily found in moisty areas, mostly on river borders.

They're quite common and each time I get out to catch some, there's always plenty of 'em growing wild because not so many people are aware that they're not lilies of the valley !

I tend to eat them crude, in spring salads with other wild flowers and sprouted seeds, excellent vegetarian food, and it's only even better because every bits of these ingredients are totaly... Free !
6 Tuesday, 31 January 2012 17:52
The Chechen
This is a very very well known food in Chechnya (Part of Russia). We eat it as the most dilicious food in the world. Any Chechen guy would go for Ramsons leaving any other food in the world. I'm not joking. We don't mix it with any other food. We just cook it and eat it with bread. First we boil it in the water then we fry it in sunflower or better in butter and it is very nice food!!! Don't believe?? Try yourself! Ok guys I live in the UK and I don't know any area to find it. I live in Manchester but would go even 100 miles to collect it so if you know please would you give me address or post code. Thanks.
5 Monday, 09 August 2010 17:43
Ashley Cawley
Hi Tony, you can eat all of this plant (Ramsons).
4 Monday, 09 August 2010 17:35
tony
never really tried wild garlic in my cooking.. so which part can you eat??
3 Sunday, 11 April 2010 20:27
Ashley Cawley
I don't know norman sorry!.. Sadly this kettle has gone missing in the past few months, the thing was aluminum and old, could have been 12 or more years old, think I got it from Argos?
2 Saturday, 10 April 2010 21:15
KEITH
good vidio, found my first wild garlic today, been walking past it evey time I go fishing, picked some, fingers stink like hell now, going to make some garlic batter our of it
1 Monday, 05 April 2010 07:23
norman
what brand of tea kettle did u guys use in eatn wildlice

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UK Wild Food - Jan

Listed here are Wild Foods that should be available in parts of the UK in January.

Dandelion
Nettle
Daisy leaf

Gorse flower
Greater Plantain
Ribwort Plantain
Buck's Horn Plantain (coastal)
Scurvy Grass
Hogweed
Chickweed
Sea beet
Sea Radish
Pennywort (particularly good at the moment)
hawkbit
Watercress
Alexanders (very good at the moment)
Chirvil (be very careful , as Hemlock Water-Dropwort is starting to sprout now and looks very similar, but is deadly poisonous!)
Cleavers
Sea Purslane
Rock Samphire (still usable, but a bit over now, coastal)
Yarrow
Rose Hips
Common Sorrel
Ivy-Leaved Toadflax
Wood sorrel
Three-cornered leek
seaweeds

*These are just some of the wild edibles you will find in the UK this month.

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