Garlic - (Allium sativum)

Garlic Herb

Garlic is a perennial plant that is cultivated worldwide. The garlic bulb is made up of 4 to 15 smaller cloves enclosed in a white skin; these individual cloves enchance the flavor of most foods.
The only problem with Garlic is that you can smell for hours and even days after eating it. To eliminate this garlic breath try chewing Parsly immediately after eating Garlic. This should help.

Grow Garlic in a sunny location in rich, well-drained soil. Harvest the garlic about 6 months after it's planted.
There are many ways you can enjoy Garlic. Add it to spaghetti sauce, pork roast, fresh salads, stuffings, dressings, stews, soups and marinades.

Parts used: Bulbs, leaves.

Don't use if you are breast-feeding or if you are taking blood thinning agents.

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