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Garlic, Dehydrated: Chopped
Garlic, native to Central Asia, quickly spread to the Mediterranean and now is cultivated and widely used all around the world. As it’s one of the most popular seasonings, you will find yourself in need of garlic when cooking almost any dish.
“It is not really an exaggeration to say that peace and happiness begin, geographically, where garlic is used in cooking”
-X. Marcel Boulestin (1878-1943)
Having dehydrated garlic around is essential. Not only is it a wonderful flavoring agent, but this garlic doesn’t spoil. Using dehydrated garlic saves time by eliminating peeling, saves your hands from smelling and your eyes from tearing. To re-hydrate, soak in a bowl of warm water for 15 minutes, drain and use as fresh.
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