Texas Gold Black Garlic

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Once harvested, locally grown garlic bulbs are heated or “fermented” from one to two months at a constant warm temperature that causes certain enzymes and sugars in the cloves to break down naturally – nothing is added. 

The cloves inside the paper-thin white skins first turn a deep brown and once the process is complete, a soft black. The texture of the cloves changes, too – from shiny, firm, white meat to black, soft, sweet, spreadable cloves. The process also causes the strong flavor of the raw white garlic to melt into a mellow, sweet and addictive essence, ready to be used straight from the bulb or cooked into other dishes.