Our garlic is grown with love
(not pesticides and inorganic fertilizers).
You can eat this garlic fresh (uncured) but once you cut open a head it won’t last long—so use it soon!
Alternately, you can cure the garlic by hanging it in a dry, shady location for several weeks. If you do that, it should last well into the fall (unless you eat it first!)
Ideas for eating:
-Chop it and use it in salsa.
-Cut off the green top, wrap it entirely in foil, bake it for 1 hour at 350 degrees; then mix it with butter and spread it on your favorite bread.
-Rub cloves on toasted rounds of bread, then top with chopped fresh tomato, basil, and a drizzle of olive oil.
Have other ideas for eating garlic? Post a comment on our weblog: oakhillfarms.blogspot.com
Head: the whole garlic bulb.
Clove: one of the individual bulblets making up the head.