Eating Garlic – Certified Organic – 4lbs.
4lbs. Certified Organic Gourmet Garlic Bulbs. 32-40 Bulbs that can store into winter.
Just harvested, freshly cured, and ready to ship Organic Heirloom garlic bulbs.
The wait is over! Our Garlic Bulbs for eating is now available! Great tasting Table Stock Eating Garlic, not for planting.
If you want garlic for planting, choose our other garlic packages and varieties.
Wisconsin Grown Certified Organic Gourmet Eating Garlic Package 4lb. Bag.
Just harvested from July 12-23, freshly cured, and ready to ship Organic Heirloom garlic bulbs. 32-40 small, medium and large sized Bulbs with 2-4 varieties that should store into 2021.
The wait is over our Garlic Bulbs for eating is now available! We have some beautiful garlic bulbs in this package of hardneck and softneck garlic from strong to medium gourmet flavored and these should store until March 2020. These are sizes similar to the grocery store, but a mix of sizes and varieties that are for table stock and eating and not for planting. Our garlic bulbs are always organically grown, heirloom, family farm grown, NON-GMO, non irradiated, and full flavored gourmet garlic.
Our only garlic that will ship now! Great flavored Garlic bulbs for Table Stock eating (not for planting).
If there are certain varieties of garlic you would like then please, order them by their name.
These are full flavored heirloom garlic grown using organic practices that is best for eating. They have a strong, garlicky flavor when raw and a wonderful classic garlic flavor when cooked. These are great all purpose garlic varieties for all cooking and eating purposes as well as medicinal purposes. These bulbs are usually under 2″ which is the typical size found in the grocery store, but our heirloom garlic bulbs, and have large cloves and are easy to peel in the kitchen with full flavor. The cloves are usually the perfect size that fits into a garlic press. If we know the name of the variety of garlic, we will include a label, but many times we have lost track of the variety which is why it becomes eating garlic or we want to replace seed stock with different garlic. These will usually store until early spring, but read our storing garlic section to make sure it is stored properly. Depending on size of the bulbs, there will be 6-10 bulbs per pound. We don’t recommend planting these garlic bulbs. If you are looking for planting garlic, order garlic by variety.
Since heirloom garlic usually sells out by fall, we recommend getting enough garlic to last your family until early spring. This garlic will usually store until early spring since it was harvested in July (annually). You can store your garlic in the OPEN box in a pantry, basement, or cupboard where it will get plenty of air flow. If you still have garlic left around Thanksgiving, you can put your remaining garlic in a brown paper bag and put it in the crisper drawer in the fridge and can last last until spring. Keep checking and if the bulbs start to get soft then use them up right away. Our brochure does have ways to preserve your garlic until next summers harvest. There usually is no heirloom garlic in the US from April to June, so plan accordingly so you have homegrown heirloom garlic, so you don’t have to buy from the grocery store.
Remember, eat the larger bulbs first as the smaller bulbs will store longer. It is best to store the eating garlic, in a brown paper bag in the crisper drawer in the fridge for longer storage.
Storage tips: It is best to store the eating garlic, in a brown paper bag in the crisper drawer in the fridge to get the garlic to store as long a possible. If we have garlic left over by Halloween, then we will put garlic in a brown paper bag and put in the crisper drawer for the longest storage. Once the garlic is removed from cold storage, it may want to sprout. If this happens, remove sprout and eat it raw (it has 7X more nutrients than the garlic bulb), and cook the remaining clove. If the sprout is cooked, it can taste bitter. Others, may have good storage in their basement, so if you are successful at storing in your root cellar or basement that may work best. Remember, eat the larger bulbs first as the smaller bulbs will store longer
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