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Okay. Garlic and I are just never going to see eye to taste-bud. I tried making toum
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Posted to Thread #29394 at 11:50 am on Jan 31, 2017
blanching the garlic cloves in milk for 5 minutes using the microwave. So basically I DOUBLED the methods to tame garlic's bite.
Processed it with the lemon juice/olive oil emulsification and still don't like it.
I can live with that.
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- What a great day! I love days that you can prepare food, and not only make you feel happy, but - barb_b - 9:04pm on 01/28/17
- I never use the green stem but this garlic didn't have any anyway. I - orchid - 9:09pm on 01/28/17
- You can try this fromCook's Illustrated to mellow your garlic: more. . . [LINK] - mistral - 1:14am on 01/29/17
- This is fascinating mistral and I'll try it next time. Thanks for posting [NT] - orchid - 5:52pm on 01/29/17
- Was the garlic pressed perhaps, not chopped. That will lead to a more pungent - Charley - 11:12pm on 01/28/17
- Blanch the garlic before chopping, Orchid. That should calm it down a lot [NT] - CathyZ from Kauai - 12:03am on 01/30/17
- Exactly. The recipe I used for shawarma had a garlic sauce and she poaches the garlic - MarilynFL - 12:05pm on 01/30/17
- The Cook's Illustrated article above agrees. But I like the fact that you can microwave. . . - mistral - 5:59pm on 01/30/17
- ...but then won't the microwave smell like garlic?? Like burnt popcorn smell lingers forever. [NT] - MarilynFL - 7:58pm on 01/30/17
- I don't know, never burnt garlic in the microwave! AND. . . - mistral - 10:36pm on 01/30/17
- Okay. Garlic and I are just never going to see eye to taste-bud. I tried making toum - MarilynFL - 11:50am on 01/31/17
- How about granulated garlic, or garlic powder? (nt) [NT] - mistral - 1:52am on 02/01/17
- I can handle garlic powder because Lar puts a light sprinkling on steaks along - MarilynFL - 8:20pm on 02/01/17