Chefs and good cooks who are experienced in the ways of garlic,
prefer juice to minced or garlic powder. The reason is simple, it's
the juice within the clove that escapes and enters the food that does
the flavoring. That's why juice is the most direct, flavorful way of
Garlic Valley Farm's Cold Pressed Garlic Juice offers a robust
natural garlic flavor that cannot be duplicated in any way. Simply
spray juice immediately after cooking while food is still steaming
hot, either in the pan, a serving bowl or on a plate. Spray to taste
on salads, pasta, vegetables, chicken etc.
Their pressing process preserves all of the natural goodness of
fresh garlic cloves and since the juice is added at the end of
cooking, the vitamins, phytochemicals, enzymes and other nutrients in
garlic are preserved where they can otherwise be destroyed by heat in
the cooking process.
Each bottle has the juice of over 150 cloves of farm fresh garlic
for over 1,200 sprays of Garlic Valley Farm's Garlic Juice. That's a
two month supply of flavor even for garlic lovers! About 8 sprays
replace one clove of garlic. By weight, up to 2 1/2 times as much
garlic powder or crushed garlic is needed to equal the flavor of
Marvelous for making garlic mashed potatoes, and about the only way
to put garlic on a salad. Splendid on barbecue, meats, seafoods, in
sauces and soups.
You will receive two 8-ounce pump spray and pour bottles of juice.
Garlic Valley Farm's Garlic Juice has an 18-month shelf life and
refrigeration is recommended but not required. All natural and Kosher
Certified. Contains no fat, no artificial flavors, no chemical
additives, no artificial sweeteners and no harmful preservatives.
Garlicky White Bean Dip Recipe
- 15 oz. can Great Northern Beans, drained well
- 1-1/2 teaspoons sea salt (or, to taste)
- 1-1/2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice (not from concentrate)
- 3 teaspoons Garlic Valley Farms Garlic Juice Spray
- 2 Tablespoons fresh basil
- 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
- 1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
- Pinch of white pepper
Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth.
Serve with crackers. How's that for easy?