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Ramps in West Virginia

Season 1 Episode 109 | 26m 46s

Known as spring onions, ramsons, wild leeks, wood leeks and wild garlic, North American ramps have been celebrated in Appalachia for centuries. There is a strong tradition of foraging various greens, mushrooms and wild vegetables. Capri forages for ramps in the West Virginian hills with a local family and celebrates the self-sufficient nature of Appalachian culture.

Aired: 03/31/24 | Expires: 07/25/24
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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