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Ground Black Garlic 50g (Sussex Wholefoods)

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Finest Ground Black Fermented Garlic

  • Black garlic is fresh garlic, which ferments in special chambers with heat and humidity. The process can take up to 90 days. The longer the fermentation, the darker and harder the cloves become.
  • A fantastic alternative to those sensitive to garlic pungent aroma and flavour.
  • Black garlic tastes sweet and mild, slightly reminiscent of dried plums, sugar beet syrup or balsamic vinegar, with a hint of liquorice.
  • A fantastic addition to meat dishes, sauces, vegetables and dips.
  • A vibrant and delicious garnish.
  • Best added at the end of cooking.
  • 50g.

Black fermented garlic (Allium Sativum).
Last Batch Packed
The last batch packed at our facility in Sussex, UK has the following specifications:

Date producedThu 14 Mar 2024 14:35
Batch no.122019
Best beforeEnd Nov 2025
Country of originSpain
Nutritional Information
Typical ValuesPer 100g
_of which sugars26.5g
_of which saturates2.2g
Allergy Info & Warnings

Vegetarian, Vegan.

Packed in a factory that also handles nuts, soya, sesame, eggs, milk, mustard, celery, wheat and gluten.
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