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Making your own dehydrated garlic is very easy. Thinly slice your peeled garlic (a food processor with a batch loader can do this really quickly), and pop the slices into your food dehydrator, or into a barely warm oven with the door propped slightly open; you want to maintain a temperature of 115 degrees.  Once the slices are crisp, store them in an airtight container as is or chop them in a blender beforehand. Dried garlic stores well at room temperature for many months, as long as the contain Fresh Garlic, Cooking Tips, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Healthy Food, Dehydrator Recipes, Food Processor Recipes, Preserving Garlic
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You're Probably Storing Your Garlic the Wrong Way

A clove that has gone bad just won’t do.

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