Christopher Ranch Peeled Garlic

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Even though we live in the Bay Area and Gilroy is known as the Garlic Capital of the World, it’s actually not that easy to find Gilroy Garlic in the grocery stores. I only realized not too long ago that most garlic in our grocery stores are actually from China! But the Christopher Ranch Peeled Garlic available at Costco are California Grown and a Product of USA.

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Unfortunately, they’re available in a large 3-lb bag which is just too much for a small household like ours. Can one freeze garlic? 🙂

Certified Organic.

The Christopher Ranch Peeled Garlic is priced at $10.99 for a 3-lb bag.

Unit price is $3.663/lb.

Item number 220303.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • Tina

    freezing raw did not work well for us – garlic lost its potency.

  • Tina

    we like roasted garlic, so when get get this bag of garlic we mix it with olive oil a bake in the oven. then after it’s roasted, we freeze it.

    • Olli

      hi Tina,
      Does roasting prior to freezing help keep its potency? We’ve never tried this before.
      Thanks,
      Olli

      • Tina

        hi Olli, did you ever tried to roast whole garlic heads? roasting individual peeled cloves will produce similar results – mild, sweet, silky texture. very tasty. once roasted, garlic freezes very well.

  • Fred Brooks

    Tina – Thanks for the roasting tip! We love garlic but it’s just hard to go through 3 pounds of it before they start going bad and I’ve been struggling to find a way to preserve the cloves without destroying the flavor. How exactly are you roasting? I’m guessing drizzle oo into a bowl full of cloves, swirl around, then dump onto a sheet pan, maybe a 325 oven for what, 30 min, turning every so often? How far do you let them go?