White garlic is used whole, chopped, crushed, and minced. It is used raw in pesto, sauces and marinades and added to sautéed vegetables. It adds a pungency to soups, stews and stocks and flavor to breads, biscuits, mashed root vegetables, butters, dips and spreads.
One clove of White garlic can flavor an entire recipe. It is most often used fresh, though it is ideal for roasting.
Country of Origin: Spain
Storage: store in a cool, dimly lit place with air circulation. You don't want to put your garlic in an airtight container or it will begin to rot. Plastic bags are no good either—they'll trap moisture, which makes garlic rot faster. Reach for mesh bags or paper wrappers, instead.
Weight: 60g - 80g approx. per one garlic head