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Black garlic is a unique and flavorful culinary ingredient created through a process of fermenting regular garlic bulbs at controlled temperatures and humidity levels over an extended period, typically several weeks. This transformation results in cloves that are black in color, with a soft and sticky texture. The fermentation process alters the taste and texture of the garlic, imparting a sweet and savory profile. Black garlic is characterized by a rich, molasses-like sweetness, coupled with a subtle garlic undertone. It lacks the pungency of raw garlic and offers a complex, umami-rich flavor. Often used in gourmet cuisine, black garlic has gained popularity for its versatile use in various dishes, such as sauces, dressings, and marinades, adding a distinct complexity and intensity of flavor. Beyond its culinary appeal, black garlic is also recognized for potential health benefits, as the fermentation process may enhance certain nutritional properties.

Fermented Black Garlic, 1 Head

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