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Leaves of Ramsons (Allium ursinum) with smell and taste similar to garlic
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Ramsons (Allium ursinum) is also known as the wild garlic or bear leek. It is found in deciduous forests of Eurasia, preferring the slightly acidic, moist soils. Leaves, flowers and bulbs smell and taste similar to that of garlic and so can be easily distinguished from the other poisonous plants with which could be confused. Can be used both raw and cooked with benefits similar to those of garlic.
The picture was made using a Nikon D40X camera and Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D AF lens, with the following settings: exposure time – 1/250 seconds, focal length – 50 mm, ISO – 100, F- number – 3.5.

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