When good garlic goes bad
it grows? Apparently even my refrigerator is better with botanicals than I am. I've had these huge clumps of garlic that I bought at Super Fresh since last August maybe. I obviously bought more than I needed at the time and so never used that much of it. When I looked in the veggie drawer a while ago, I noticed my garlic had begun to sprout some green. I was at my friend Annie's yesterday and we were looking around in her garden. What I thought were onions, she informed me, were actually little garlic shoots. She said that instead of just throwing out her garlic when it had begun to go green, as mine were, she planted them instead. What an absolutely obvious and wonderful idea! Of course, this had not occurred to me.
Oh wow now that must be a lot of garlic o_OReplyDelete
- Wacky Issues co-writer
Yeah, I might have to force some of it on my friends if ALL of it survives in the ground.ReplyDelete
Just don't let Kione nibble on it! Garlic is one of those plants toxic to kitties, I believe.ReplyDelete