Garlic is a staple ingredient for cooking within so many cuisines. It’s a simple vegetable that packs a great deal of flavor. But it isn’t just a simple item in from the produce department. A quick peruse through any spice cabinet allows you to find a few different garlic-based spices. I recently came across several in my pantry and realized that I had no idea what makes them different. Granulated, powder, and salt, how are they different?
Want to learn what type you should use, and in what form? What about garlic substitutes?
Let’s go to The Chalkboard.