[GOURMET] Black garlic

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Garlic is a vegetable belonging to the family of onions, which also includes onions, leeks and green onions. Garlic has many different species: one of them is officially called "no garden" and is known in the kitchen as "garlic". Another species is officially called "no hollow" and is known in the kitchen as "onion". Leek is also a kind of garlic. The plant grows an onion in the ground. The black garlic comes to us from far away China and after fermentation for a month.

This process changed the color of garlic to black and gave it a unique sweet taste reminiscent of the tastes of the Far East. The black has a texture that dissolves in the mouth when it can be eaten as a health snack or as part of the dishes and salads, and it does not leave a smell in the mouth!

Culinary uses:
Black garlic is recommended for soups, stir-fry, meats and reminiscent of the tastes of the Far East.

Other uses:

• Garlic has been cultivated in antiquity and has been common as an edible and healing plant with many qualities in different continents. "We remembered the fish that was eaten free in Egypt, the zucchini and the watermelons and the hay and the onions and the garlic ..." (Bamidbar 11: 7)
The sages counted the properties of garlic: "garlic is satisfying and sweet "

The Rambam recommends garlic as an appetite enhancer, a power of vision, a lot of urine, reduces thirst, and helps to clear the voice.
Black garlic - known as a health food, although More than the usual garlic, has many times as many antioxidants and has many health benefits to help reduce cholesterol, help prevent chronic diseases, heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer's.

How to use:
It is recommended to add fish, sauces and anything suitable for garlic. A good solution for those who are lazy or do not like the smell on their hands after peeling ...

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