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01/06/2012

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James M Whittet

Why do most Americans use garlic powder, it has a cloying aftertaste and is not to my liking?
Diners, Drive Ins and Dives featured it a lot, and so did Man V Food.

Shizzling Food

Hi James!

It certainly has a different taste to fresh garlic. It has a 'not-quite-garlic' smell and I don't think it's a straight substitute for the fresh stuff.

I primarily use garlic powder in dry rubs which, by their nature, need to be dry. I get through quite a lot of it, to be honest.

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