You can never have enough garlic. With enough garlic, you can eat The New York Times. Morley Safer

Garlic is a member of the onion family, grown all across the world, related to shallots, leeks, and chives. It has long been used for both flavoring food and for traditional medicine. People have used it to treat everything from high blood pressure, prostate cancer, chronic fatigue, headaches, and even the common cold. The garlic bulb is covered in a papery skin that you peel away to expose the cloves. It has a powerfully strong taste when eaten raw, so it is generally used in cooking to enhance a recipe’s flavour. We enjoy it in our dairy-free Cashew Cream Cheese, spreading deliciously nutritious ingredients on bagels, crackers, veggies, or anywhere that calls for cream cheese.

How to Enjoy
On Toast
In a Salad or Dressing
In a Pasta or Sauce
With Veggies
In a Stew
In a Dip

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