Black Garlic: 4 Reasons You Should Eat It, How To Make It & Recipes

While black garlic certainly doesn’t sound all that appetizing – in fact, you might envision it to simply be burned garlic, it’s actually made by “fermenting” whole bulbs of fresh garlic in a humidity-controlled environment in temperatures that range from 140 to 170 degrees Fahrenheit for 14 to 40 days. There are no additives, preservatives, … Continue reading Black Garlic: 4 Reasons You Should Eat It, How To Make It & Recipes