If your garlic looks like this:
It’s a sign. Don’t forget to cut (and use) your garlic scapes!
From your link: My first culinary encounter with garlic scapes occurred in a tiny Istrian village on the coast of Slovenia. The people in that part of the country speak Italian and have preserved food ways dating from ancient times.
The Italians and the Slovenians have a touchy relationship, especially since the official borders were moved at the end of The Great War and the historically Slovenian port of Trstr became Trieste and “forced Italianization” began. Fortunately for us, they are both gracious peoples who make wonderful food. Learn from the best!
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