A novice and a professionally trained food editor tried it so you don't have to.
Goodbye garlic-smelling hands.
Personally, it doesn't feel right for me to be on a "diet" for the rest of my life. It is preferable to live by a set of principles that just feel instinctively but also logically right. So it is a enlightening and actually just rather nice culture to look at things like where the food has come from and how much it benefits us rather than how many calories does this contain.
Garlic might make your dinner taste great, but it can also be a right faff to peel. Luckily for you, the guys at Diply have
Wild garlic is peeping up amongst the snowdrops in the woods behind our Angus house. When the cattle return to a ajoining woodland field, it always brings a smile to my face as I am minded of the tainted butter in Hardy's tale of Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
Fellow foodies: if this cooking hack from Sal Governale's grandma doesn't make peeling garlic less hellish, we don't know
Few things convey the arrival of the festive season as well as the smell of spices; from cinnamon to cloves to nutmeg, these scents are synonymous with Christmas. Unfortunately, cold and flu season goes hand in hand with the winter festivities, with December and January being the months when infections are most prevalent.
Upon waking on Sunday morning still with the feeling of discomfort in my throat, I decided to take my juicing that one step further, I do love a good vegetable juice more than a fruit juice. I have been finding juicing difficult in the cooler months, I like to be warm so I decided to juice vegetables with ginger to create that warming effect.
A Serbian village council has issued a public health warning claiming a legendary vampire is on the loose. Sava Savanovic
This week, having been hit by a nasty cold and cough, I thought I would share with you this natural remedy that has kept me out of bed and still functioning, while some of my colleagues have been house bound for a week!
No laughing matter: Extreme fear of clowns is known as coulrophobia Imagine an existence where the prospect of buttoning
Have you got food poisoning? Forget asking your GP for antibiotics, as scientists reckon garlic is not only great at fighting
From banning curved cucumbers to whether or not drinking water helps with dehydration, EU rules and regulations have been
It is enough to take your (bad) breath away - an EU bill for millions of pounds in alleged unpaid duty on imports of garlic
Garlic may provide protection against heart damage as well as vampires, research suggests. The pungent bulb contains an ingredient