We have collected for you all information you need to know about garlic.
Be it for cooking, planting and harvesting, health related information, or other more esoteric needs.
So whatever your need about garlic, you are very much likely to find the answer in here.
But first, and before you dive in the many recipies we have collected for you, and the many tips and tricks about planting or storing garlic, let's review in a few pictures the different forms of garlic as you may find them:
Garlic come in several types including the common white-skinned garlic, the mild green garlic, the purple-skinned Italian garlic, the Mexican garlic.
Common white-skin garlic
This looks a bit like an overgrown garlic, however it is more related to a leek. Much milder than ordinary garlic, it can be a good option if you want to spread the flavor of garlic to a dish
Garlic buds can be chopped and frozen in ice cube trays, and then served fresh onto a dish during the winter.
Garlic juice can be found in spray bottles or small jars. You can generally find them in supermarkets, in the spice section.
Garlic flakes can provide much of the flavor and texture of fresh garlic, after rehydratation.
Garlic powder has a different taste from fresh garlic. It disperses well in liquids so can be a good choice in marinades.
You get this by combining 3 parts of salt and one part of garlic powder.
Like garlic powder, granulated garlic disperses well in liquids, and provides the flavor of fresh garlic, but not the texture.
We fetch garlic based recipies for you
Here below you can find two recent videos we found on the internet: