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A strong-smelling pungent-tasting bulb, used as a flavoring in cooking and in herbal medicine,
  1. A strong-smelling pungent-tasting bulb, used as a flavoring in cooking and in herbal medicine

  2. The plant, closely related to the onion, that produces this bulb


  1. bulbous herb of southern Europe widely naturalized; bulb breaks up into separate strong-flavored cloves
  2. aromatic bulb used as seasoning
  3. Allium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion family Alliaceae. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo. Garlic has been used throughout history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. ...
  4. A plant of the genus Allium (related to the onion), having a pungent bulbous root much used in cooking. Scientific name: Allium sativum
  5. To dream of passing through a garlic patch, denotes a rise from penury to prominence and wealth. To a young woman, this denotes that she will marry from a sense of business, and love will not be considered. ...
  6. A stock food and main ingredient of the Babylonian PGP  diet.
  7. a member of the lily family (Allium sativum); the highly aromatic and strongly flavored edible bulb (called a head) is covered in a papery layer and is composed of several sections (called cloves), each of which is also covered with a papery membrane; used as a distinctive flavoring in cuisines ...
  8. This member of the onion family has a long history and was regarded as a sacred herb by the Ancient Egyptians. Garlic is one of about 700 species of Allium, or onion, grown all over the world for their culinary and medicinal value. ...
  9. Can be called the 'Stinking Rose'. Studies show that garlic may lower blood cholesterol levels, lower elevated blood pressure and offer a hedge against the onset of several types of cancer. ...
  10. Allium sativum. A European plant that has a bulb used to flavor food. It has also been used in some cultures to treat certain medical conditions including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, infections and cancer.
  11. is part of the onion family and is the bulb of a plant. When fresh it has a pungent spicy flavour that sweetens when cooked. It is a classic seasoning paired with onion, tomato or ginger.
  12. (Heb. shum , from its strong odor), mentioned only once (Num 11:5). The garlic common in Eastern countries is the Allium sativum or Allium Ascalonicum, so called from its having been brought into Europe from Ascalon by the Crusaders. It is now known by the name of "shallot" or "eschalot."
  13. is a favorite of health advocates. Some studies indicate that garlic may lower cholesterol. This effect is not sustained after three months and appears to be limited to raw garlic. The gastrointestinal and odiferous effects are considered by some to be quite limiting. ...
  14. This fragrant bulb, available in many forms, adds a gentle aroma and pronounced taste to breads. Fresh garlic should be plump and firm with the papery skin firmly attached. It should not be refrigerated but rather stored in a cool, dry place with good ventilation. ...
  15. A hardy bulbous plant related to leeks, chives, onions, and shallots. A powerful seasoning that can be used with almost any non-sweet dish. Garlic remains in the body and affects the breath and even the skin's odor.
  16. Garlic is a strongly flavoured bulb that has an aromatic and warm flavour. Garlic boosts the immune system and clears the system of impurities.
  17. The Garlic is a universal seasoning agent and home remedy. Garlic’s secret weapon consists of numerous sulfur-containing substances that fight bacteria, viruses, and fungi. ...
  18. Garlic almost certainly originated in the mountains of central Asia. Although its exact progenitor is unknown, it may be A. longicuspis. For thousands of years garlic has been propagated by asexual means because fertile flowers were extremely rare. ...
  19. contains powerful sulfur compounds such as allicin and diallyl, which may support the cardiovascular and immune systems. Garlic also possesses antioxidant properties and is extremely palatable. (Click here for article on garlic)
  20. Garlic has long been credited with providing and prolonging physical strength and was fed to Egyptian slaves building the giant pyramids. Throughout the centuries, its medicinal claims have included cures for toothaches, consumption, open wounds and evil demons. ...
  21. is a bulb used medicinally to lower cholesterol and blood pressure as well as offer protection against strokes and heart disease. In regular amounts, it also has a reputation for helping the body fight off infections and maintain a healthy heart.
  22. The pungent aroma of fresh garlic - Allium Sativum to use its scientific name - probably comes second only to ginger in its importance to Chinese cooking. ...
  23. Valued for its flavour and ability to combine with other ingredients, this is regarded as a very good immune booster, and a powerful antibiotic as well as an aid to digestion.
  24. A member of the onion family, garlic's pungent flavor and aroma is an essential ingredient in Szechuan and northern-style cooking. When buying, look for plump, round heads that are free from sprouts. Once peeled, the cloves can be minced, chopped, crushed under the flat of a knife. ...
  25. Helps improve the palatability of the food.