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When someone asks what does asparagus taste like, that is about as easy to answer as questions like why is the sea blue or green, or why is fire hot? Everyone has a different answer and most of the time the answer is based on personal experience and opinion.

So what does asparagus taste like? It is difficult to describe. If it is fresh, it has a mellow flavor that is acceptable. If it is not very fresh, it can be bitter and taste sour. Some people say you have to grow into asparagus before you can really appreciate it. However, it adapts to flavors and is especially good with butter. Garlic is another great flavor for asparagus.

Asparagus has a slightly stringy texture that can be irksome, but if you like chewy foods, it will not bother you at all. Think of broccoli and celery as a comparison. Many people get around the extreme stringiness by eating the upper portion of young shoots of asparagus, which are tender and especially tasty.

If you want to cook asparagus over the stove, put in just enough water to steam it with a bit of salt, pepper, garlic and butter added to the water. Do not boil it to death or it will have no flavor, even if you have the best imagination in the household. Asparagus tastes best when it is bright green and steaming it accomplishes that color.

Most people like to eat asparagus and it is one of the most marketable vegetables, which certainly vouches for a good flavor. You can try fresh asparagus ice cream at asparagus festivals or try your hand at making asparagus jelly.

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