I have a question about the ingredient "ramps, whites parts only, sliced into thin rounds" on the recipe "Fried Eggs with Asparagus, Ramps, and Oyster Sauce" from thirschfeld. What' ramps?
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Ramps are a wild onion that is found in early spring. You can find out a lot more here:
If you can't find ramps--and you won't at this time of year--substitute some garlic chives. It won't be exactly the same, but it will be a reasonably good substitute.
Neither ramps nor garlic chives have appeared where I live. I've used scallions as a sub, with added garlic.
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