The leaves of wild garlic are edible.
Despite its strong scent, wild garlic has a more mild taste than normal garlic.
They can be used as salad, herb, boiled as a vegetable in soup, or as an ingredient for a sauce that may be a substitute for pesto in lieu of basil.
The stems are preserved by salting and eaten as a salad in Russia. A variety of Cornish Yarg cheese has a rind coated in wild garlic leaves.
- Gourmet cooking
- Very aromatic