Also known as three-cornered leek, this is abundant in shaded grassy areas and roadside verges in many parts of the country. The leaves have a distinct ridge running down the back, giving it its name. The flavour is like a milder version of wild garlic, making it great for salads.
Led by Miles Irving, the Forager team hand-pick nutritious and flavoursome wild produce from the Kent countryside, always with respect for the land and a passion for discovering new edible plants. They choose leaves, berries, mushrooms and nuts at their natural peak, so you can explore the seasons through these wild ingredients.