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July 11, 2010


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

This is so funny - I was struggling with "the garlic issue" for the second year in a row now, just this morning. Last year, I stored them in a crock, and they went completely mouldy. This year, I did the same, and just managed to save the bulbs today before the mold caught on. They are currently in a bowl in my kitchen, because I cut the tops off, too. Let's compare notes in a week and see who has some garlic left!

Marc @ NoRecipes

Wow that's awesome. I wish I had a garden so I could cultivate my own produce. I used to live near Gilroy CA and when they harvested garlic I could smell the garlic all the way up in San Jose.


The sweet garlicky smell of success! Garlic is one thing I would love to grow! Maybe next year.

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