- Add it to salad dressings and mild sauces for a sweet and tangy boost.
- Enjoy it straight from the jar with crackers or sourdough bread.
- Mix with balsamic vinegar for a signature stir fry sauce.
- Combine with grass fed beef in a savory slow-cooked stew.
- Stir into maple syrup or honey, and drizzle over ice cream.
Fermented Black Garlic is one of the newest taste sensations to hit the culinary scene, taking ordinary garlic to a whole new level for flavor, texture and color.
Our Organic Fermented Black Garlic Puree is made especially for us through a special eco-friendly fermentation system that converts freshly grown organic garlic into a creamy and spreadable “black gold” puree.
So what exactly is black garlic?
Sometimes called “Garlic’s Sweet Secret”, black garlic is fresh garlic (in this case, organically grown fresh garlic) that goes through a high-heat, long-duration fermentation process. Fermentation changes the garlic from white and sharp tasting to black and sweet as its naturally occurring les glucides break down into simple sugars.
After fermentation, the garlic is aged for an extended period as a whole bulb. This allows the garlic to deepen in flavor and sweetness and darken in color. When finished, black garlic has a delicious sweet and savory flavor and chewy texture.
Our Organic Fermented Black Garlic Puree stands apart from other black garlic pastes and purees because it is made only from the freshest organic garlic available. Plus, it’s crafted in true artisan style. Our small-batch manufacturer monitors the garlic’s appearance, scent and flavor throughout the process to ensure the best tasting product.
The slow fermentation process used by our manufacturer only adds to garlic’s healthful benefits. The finished product’s ORAC, or oxygen radical absorption capacity value (used to compare antioxidants), grows to double that of fresh garlic. Levels of S-allylcysteine, which are already high in garlic, increase even further.
How can you use Organic Fermented Black Garlic Puree? Taking cues from renowned chefs around the world, you can use it in appetizers, entrees, sides, salads and desserts.
Indice glycémique: vitesse à laquelle les glucides sont convertis en glucose.