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"black" garlic

Marcia's picture

I've read about it, but have no personal experience with it. We do love fermented black beans, however, so we'd likely enjoy the black garlic.

Marcia's picture

(post #37862, reply #1 of 3)

It doesn't look terribly appealing, but I know that doesn't mean much. You just stumbled upon yours while shopping and decided to try it? Very good, if so.

Marcia's picture

(post #37862, reply #2 of 3)

We lived for years in an area with an abundance of Asian and other ethnic markets. Bet the black garlic is showing up in those stores now.

Do you mean you cannot find an example of the latter? It seems to me that you've had good fortune.

cyalexa's picture

(post #37862, reply #3 of 3)

I like to try new things as well, especially at the farmer's market. A few weeks ago I bought some kind of spinach that is vine-like (I think the name began with an "M") but found it too slimey.