EN on Foods

October 2015 Issue

Gung Ho for Garlic!

The folklore. Garlic’s unassuming appearance in no way reflects its true nature. First cultivated over 5,000 years ago, this Central Asia native has a reputation as a culinary and medicinal star in traditional medicine for centuries. Ancient cultures used garlic to aid the heart and digestion, as well as improve physical strength. This potent powerhouse enlivens the flavor and nutrition of any dish, leaving a lasting impact on the palate—as well as the breath!

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