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Wild asparagus

Wild asparagus are the thin elegant light green stems of a hyacinth-like plant. The head of the wild asparagus looks like a wheat ears. Despite the name, they are not really asparagus. The wild asparagus have a spicy and nutty flavour.
The ideal teperature of Wild asparagus

Storage advice

Wild asparagus are kept refrigerated during transport and storage. The ideal temperature during transport is 2 degrees Celsius. At home the wild asparagus are best kept in the fridge.
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