Garlic's Growing Ap-peel

Cassell, Deborah
March 2012
Food Processing (00156523);Mar2012, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p49
The article focuses on the medical benefits and flavor impact of garlic. It notes that there are evidences that garlic could prevent heart disease, decelerates the development of atherosclerosis, and reduces blood pressure. It mentions that garlic flavor has been incorporated in prepared foods despite its pungent odor and sharp bite.


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