Removing Garlic Skin 27 January 2012 Removing Garlic Skin

Removing garlic skins from the cloves can often be a tedious job. This method reduces the effort considerably. Method: Cut the hairs off the root end of the garlic bulb. Shorten the stem end. Smack the bulb with a closed hand to break the cloves apart. Remove any loose skin. Place in a suitable container. Shake vigorously. Dump contents on a board and remove any skin clinging to the cloves. Most of the skin will be removed by the shaking in the container, and any parts remaining are much loosened, and may be simply picked off. The bare garlic cloves are vacuum stored in a mason jar in the refrigerator.

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