Love this !
Love this ! Yes it’s more expensive than buying fresh garlic but there is no waste , no messing around chopping and it tastes just as good as using fresh … have used in lots of recipes- just make sure you don’t over cook it …
Still Alive and Cooking
"Very Lazy Smoked Choped Garlic" (website spelling): Not withstanding the dropped pee (a little incontinence never hurt anyone in the copy editor's office mélange), this smoked garlic is more sultry than V.Lazy plain garlic. If the White Wine Vinegar is a little sharp (some have written the taste overpowers that of the garlic), empty contents into a sieve, hold under fast-running cold tap for 2 seconds, push the sieve contents with the ball of a desert spoon, put garlic back in the jar and fill with dry white wine. Stays useable as long as originally true for opened bottle (keep in 'fridge) but the wine (Pinot Grigio?) seems to negate the sharp vinegar. I'm not sure what the English Provender Company would have to say about that, but it seems to work and I'm still alive and cooking. Dr. Richard./
Much easier than fresh and really tasty