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Don't need to know where you pick them or anything, just want to see if anyone has found Ramps/Leeks in SEPA; specifically Chester or Montgomery County?

I grew up in WNY, and we picked them all over Chautauqua County and Warren County...just never found any down this way.
 

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They should be coming up real soon, I'm in northern Wayne county and am waiting to see them sprout up.
How do you preserve your Ramps? I know fresh is best, especially in potato soup.

Best place to look is near a runoff on the side banks in wooded areas, That's where I find most of mine. Also check online for some information.
Good luck.
 

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I have dehydrated them and then ground them up (bulbs only).

I have also added a LOT into a jar of Pickled Eggs. That was absolutely spectacular.
 

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The ones her in Mercer Co are just starting to poke up out of the ground. By the time I get back from Trout season they should be ready.
 
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Found the absolute mother load in Sullivan County this weekend. Unfortunately, I'm about 3-4 hours away, and only had so much time on Saturday.
 

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Found a truck load and about a few more days they'll be just right, I like em with a little bit of a bulb on the bottom and some length to the stem.
 
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