FRESHGARLIC

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How do you make Garlic Toast?

 Raise your glass and start talking about all the wonderful things it has done! 

The not so secret secret about fresh GARLIC is not only is it a delicious staple to our dishes, this super veg has been credited for its many health benefits! Garlic contains compounds with potent medicinal properties that include but not limited to: infection fighting, fat melting, parasite killing, cholesterol-lowering, immune booting, insect-repelling, improving circulation and this is just to name a few!

Allicin is the active ingredient found in Garlic and accounts for its strong odour and distinct taste. This incredible compound is what makes Garlic a powerful weapon against ailments caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.

Garlic is easy to include in your diet and is a wonderful way to enhance the flavours of many dishes and also add health benefits with very little added calories. It complements most savoury dishes, soups, sauces, dressings and much more!

For centuries, Garlic was believed to have medicinal properties. Now science can prove it!

*This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your medical physician or other qualified health provider*

BLACKGARLIC 

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Originated from Korea, Black Garlic is gaining popularity in the West. Not only does Black Garlic offer a delicious complex flavour, both sweet and savory, natural medicine practitioners are raving of the health benefits of Black Garlic and their super power anti-oxidant properties.


Black garlic is made from raw garlic that has been “fermented” in a humidity-controlled, warm environment over a period of several weeks. During this aging process, the allicin in garlic is converted into antioxidant compounds that have been found to help fight cancer, stabilize blood sugar, boost immunity and heart health plus much more.


It has a molasses-like richness with tangy garlic undertones with a tender soft, chewy texture which has a consistency similar to a soft dried fruit. More and more chefs are including Black Garlic in their menus to elevate "umami" tastes as well as add earthiness and depth. 

*This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your medical physician or other qualified health provider*

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