BLACK GARLIC – 3 BULBS (approx. *100g)

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$19.75

Just like using sliced cloves of garlic in slow cooking. (SML PKT)

   
Weight 0.04 kg
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Description

Black, Australian Fermented Garlic. (LGE PKT)

Other Common Names: Clown’s Treacle, Poor Man’s Treacle. Botanical Name: (Allium sativum)

Description & Use: The part of garlic which we refer to as a clove is actually one of many bulblets, each with a papery casing and compacted into a larger corm or bulb. The history of garlic goes back to before Egyptian times, and it is a herb which has always been valued for both its culinary qualities and medicinal attributes.

To produce Black Garlic, garlic bulbs go under a form of fermentation with strictly controlled conditions, including temperature, humidity and time. The result is that the inside of the bulb changes inside to a soft, black, sweet, aromatic umami-like taste. After peeling the skin from the bulb, the black garlic can be finely sliced or mashed.

Serve with cheese like quince paste. Use in risotto and as a substitute for truffles. Slice thinly and put on home made pizza.

*Weight per bulb will vary between 30g and 40g each.

Produce of Australia.

Refrigerate after opening recommended, but it is not essential.

Nutrition information: (relates to black garlic only).

Per 100g
Energy (kj)
268
Protein (g)
6.7
Fat (g) Total
0
Fat (g) Saturated
0
Carbohydrate (g)
60
Sugars (g)
0
Sodium (mg)
0

 

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Description

Black, Australian Fermented Garlic. (LGE PKT)

Other Common Names: Clown’s Treacle, Poor Man’s Treacle. Botanical Name: (Allium sativum)

Description & Use: The part of garlic which we refer to as a clove is actually one of many bulblets, each with a papery casing and compacted into a larger corm or bulb. The history of garlic goes back to before Egyptian times, and it is a herb which has always been valued for both its culinary qualities and medicinal attributes.

To produce Black Garlic, garlic bulbs go under a form of fermentation with strictly controlled conditions, including temperature, humidity and time. The result is that the inside of the bulb changes inside to a soft, black, sweet, aromatic umami-like taste. After peeling the skin from the bulb, the black garlic can be finely sliced or mashed.

Serve with cheese like quince paste. Use in risotto and as a substitute for truffles. Slice thinly and put on home made pizza.

*Weight per bulb will vary between 30g and 40g each.

Produce of Australia.

Refrigerate after opening recommended, but it is not essential.

Nutrition information: (relates to black garlic only).

Per 100g
Energy (kj)
268
Protein (g)
6.7
Fat (g) Total
0
Fat (g) Saturated
0
Carbohydrate (g)
60
Sugars (g)
0
Sodium (mg)
0