One of the most popular seasonings of all time, garlic is used in almost every type of dish. Granulated or powdered garlic is useful for flavoring soups, sauces, meats and vegetables or for garlic bread. Although much of the garlic available is imported, we buy only California grown garlic. It is slightly more expensive, but the extra flavor and aroma more than make up for the extra expense. Use granulated or powdered garlic for instant flavor, or use minced or chopped garlic in slow-cooking soups and stews. Please note: the garlic powder listed here is an extra-fine grind, almost like talcum powder. The granulated is a free-flowing grind which has the consistency of salt or sugar. Supermarket garlic powder is usually what we call granulated.
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By: carol ann haines - concho, AZ Oct 30, 2011
good for lots of applications. I particularlly like it in soups.
By: James E Seiger - Sinking Spring, PA Jan 2, 2012
I use minced garlic in alot of dishes and being able to buy it in bulk and @ a cheaper price than @ the grocery store makes it a whole lot better in the long run for the price.
A must have for gardners
By: Dwight Dolliver - Murphy (Dolliver Mountain), NC Jun 24, 2014
We live in the Appalachian Mountains of western NC. We also have to continuously fight the deer eating flowers, shrubs, gardens, fruit trees...
We put 1/3-1/2 cup of the chopped garlic in cotton drawstring bags, place on trees, fences, and in flower beds, and the deer avoid the goodies. We have used garlic/red pepper mix and sprinkled on the items to protect, but they must be re-coated after each rain. The chopped garlic in bags just gets reinvigorated by the rain.
Minced Garlic as a deer repellent
By: Dwight Dolliver - Murphy, NC Apr 29, 2016
We live in the mountains of SW North Carolina and the deer ravage garden vegetables, flowers, shrubs, young fruit trees....what to do??
Sprinkle these garlic pieces in the flowers and shrubs. Put the garlic pieces in small cotton bags and hang on your trees, on posts around garden...
Deer hate the smell of garlic
By: Beverly Stanley - Casper, WY Sep 8, 2016
adds lots of flavor to all dishes.