Black Garlic = No Bad Breath?

By - Bad Breath Expert

Posted: March 17, 2010

black garlic
This product may taste like garlic, but allegedly, the ones consuming this food do not suffer from bad breath. "Black garlic" is created by fermenting a garlic bulb in high temperature for about a month. On the outside, it looks like a normal garlic bulb with the same papery skin. On the inside, it appears to be black with a softer texture.
It is often used in fish dishes, and is popular because it is not as potent as conventional garlic.
The downfall is that it costs quite a bit more to buy these bulbs than it does to purchase regular bulbs in supermarkets. However, no one likes halitosis, and this may be an answer for those who like food with garlic but not the smelly consequences!
Source: Telegraph
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