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The Wild Wok
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THE WILD WOK



Saute a little onion or ramp in oil. Add one or more wild vegetables,

Daylily, buds, blossoms, shoots, or tubers

Cattail, shoots

Bamboo, shoots

Purslane, leaves and stems

Jerusalem artichoke, sliced tubers

Sorrel, leaves

Violet, leaves or blossoms

Season with soy sauce and a little ginger (wild or tame). Serve at once. is an important vegetable in the Orient. The fresh blossoms or day old flowers add both flavor and thickening. The flowers may be dried for later use. Use these in soups and stews as well as in your wild wok.

 

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Bamboo Factoid

During the Ming and Qing dynasty ancient writings record that flowering of a bamboo grove could be stopped by picking a large culm, cut it off 3 meters (10') above the root ball, knock out the nodes and fill the cavity with human excrement.