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Garlic Books

Suggested Reading on Garlic

An essential element in cuisines around the world, garlic enjoys near mythic status among cooks, chefs, foodies, and enthusiasts of natural remedies. Worldwide, garlic cultivation occupies over 2 million acres of farmland, an area that has more than doubled since 1970. Yet even garlic fanciers may be unable to tell hardneck from softneck, or Purple Stripe from Rocambole, not to mention the hundreds of cultivated varieties grown today, many with distinct differences in taste and character.

In fact, the wealth of garlic varieties in nearly a dozen horticultural groups rivals that of corn, carrots, apples, and peaches. This book is the most comprehensive and in-depth guide available to what surely should be the next gourmet frontier. From 'Ajo Rojo' to 'Zemo', Meredith presents illustrated profiles of nearly 150 cultivars. Detailed chapters cover natural history, the history of garlic in cultivation, the nuances of cuisine and culture, therapeutic benefits, plant structure, how to cultivate, curing and storage, taxonomy, pests and diseases, and chemistry.

Especially useful are the Quick Guides, which summarize information on growing and buying garlic and provide recommendations for the best-tasting cultivars for specific uses and climates. Lists of garlic sources and organizations are a boon to the aficionado. Whether you share Ted Jordan Meredith's "garlic affliction" or just find the pungent bulb indispensable, you'll understand it as never before with this meticulously researched, lovingly written exploration.

The first garlic book written specifically for organic gardeners and small-scale farmers

Growing Great Garlic is the definitive grower's guide written by a small scale farmer who makes his living growing over 200 strains of garlic. Commercial growers will want to consult this book regularly.

The author tells us:

  • which strains to plant

  • when to fertilize

  • when to plant

  • when to prune flower stalks

  • how to plant

  • when to harvest
    Plus, how to store, market, and process the crop

Growing Great Garlic makes a genuine contribution in the field of garlic classification that will help the public recognize several distinct varietal types of garlic.

Backyard Farming: Growing Garlic is your expert guide to successfully tending and harvesting garlic.

Growing Garlic covers a broad range of important topics, including selecting the right variety of garlic for your wants and needs, storage and preservation  methods, recognizing common pests and diseases, and incorporating garlic into your diet, among many others.

With Growing Garlic, you will:
• Learn when and how to plant to get the most out of your garlic crop
• Utilize garlic as the perfect companion plant to improve the health of your entire garden
• Learn the various methods of planting garlic, allowing you to work within your schedule and workload
• Learn to harvest your garlic and prepare it for sale or personal use
• Discover a variety of delicious homestead recipes
...and many more tips and tricks from experienced farmers ...

Garlic weaves a colorful, engaging story about one of the world's timeless ingredients--perfect for food lovers, devoted eaters, and readers of culinary narrative.

Garlic is the Lord Byron of produce, a lusty rogue that charms and seduces you but runs off before dawn, leaving a bad taste in your mouth.  Called everything from rustic cure-all to Russian penicillin, Bronx vanilla and Italian perfume, garlic has been loved, worshipped, and despised throughout history. No writer has quite captured the epic, roving story of garlic—until now. While this book does not claim that garlic saved civilization (though it might cure whatever ails you), it does take us on a grand tour of its fascinating role in history, medicine, literature, and art; its controversial role in bigotry, mythology, and superstition; and its indispensable contribution to the great cuisines of the world. And just to make sure your appetite isn’t slighted, Garlic offers over 100 recipes featuring the beloved ingredient.

"Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic" is for anyone who wants to learn how to grow their own delicious garlic at home. This popular plant has been worshipped as a god, used as currency and is very popular as a healing herb and culinary ingredient. Being such a popular plant, people like to grow it at home. Despite it being relatively easy to grow, it can be difficult to get it to mature successfully. Many people lose their crop and never manage to harvest their own garlic. I wrote this book to give you a simple to follow, step-by-step guide to successfully growing your own garlic and getting it to mature. The first time you dig up your own fresh garlic bulb will be special indeed. When you read this book you will get tips and advice, helping you to plant your garlic, tending it through to harvest time and then storing it so it lasts for months. In "Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic" you will find out:

  • The History of Garlic - learn where garlic comes from and why it is such a popular plent

  • Types of Garlic - discover the many different types of garlic and their growing requirements plus which are the most popular types

  • How to Grow Garlic - find out exactly how to grow garlic, from ideal soil conditions to planting, feeding, watering and more

  • Harvesting and Storing - understand what you need to do in order to store your garlic correctly so it lasts for 6 to 12 months

This book will show you how to combat and even reverse a wide range of ailments especially microbial disease caused by bacterial, fungal and viral infections, including: Allergies, Bacterial Infections, Colds, Diarrhea, Gum Disease, Ringworm, Arthritis, Bites, Cold Sores, Eczema, Lyme, Sinusitis, Asthma, Candidiasis, Colitis, Enviromental Toxins, Cholesterol, Viral Disease, Athlete's Foot, Chest Infections, Congestion, Fungal Infections, Psoriasis, Wound Infections and lots more! You will learn how Allicin can: *Protect you from viral diseases spreading across the world *Defend you against fatal infections like TB, smallpox, and flesh eating bacteria *Learn how to prevent the deadly "superbug" MRSA from spreading throughout the healthy population as well as among those who are most vulnerable *Save money on your doctor and hospital bills *Prevent infections from returning to invade your body Peter Josling is Director of the Garlic Center based in Sussex, England, established in 1993 to provide an independent source of information about the medicinal, culinary and general properties of garlic. The garlic Center also advises commercial companies, research establishments, goverment agencies and the press and media. in 1997, Josling also formed a specialty chemicals division to provide key garlic components including alliin, allicin and ajoene for research and product formulation..

Why Garlic ... Well ... Why Not? The answer lies in time; herbal and healthy foods have stood the test of centuries. Modern drugs have been around for far less time. And garlic ... well, garlic has been used in compounded remedies with herbs and other foods for over 6,000 years.

Did you know that ...

  • Garlic is called a "cure-all" and a "wonder food."

  • Numerous scientific studies s how that garlic has a significant role in the prevention of heart disease.

  • Ancient civilizations used garlic to boost sexuality.

  • Garlic is an anti-aging remedy that belongs in every older person's health regimen.

  • Garlic has been around for centuries - both in real life and folklore.

The saying "an apple a day keeps the doctor away" could easily be altered to a clove of garlic a day keeps the doctor away.

Glorious Garlic! reveals how to enhance cooking as well as dealing with ailing body parts and body systems.

Garlic is inexpensive, easy to acquire and simple to grow. If virility is on your menu to enhance your well-being, garlic may be one of the pluses in your life.

Glorious Garlic! You will be delighted with delicious and healthy recipes for appetizers, soups, side dishes and main courses. Enjoy. Feel Good and live longer!

Chester Aaron’s book “Garlic is Life” is a classic and my favorite piece of garlic literature. His memoir (with recipes) begins locally in North Butler where he grew up. The prolific author is poetic when describing his youthful love of garlic in the book. “The explosion of sharp garlic pungency that invades the air settled in my ragged sweater and shirt, in my long winter underwear. Wherever I wandered, in the classroom, on the playground, or, at night, huddled beneath the blankets, I tasted garlic at the back of my throat.”

 

A charming story that combines a love of garlic with an extraordinary life, this is a college teacher turned Sonoma County garlic farmer's account of his introduction to the herb—from his family's farming techniques in former Soviet Georgia to his experiences supplying some of the best restaurants in the country. Growing tips and recipes are included, as well as close-up photos of a few of Chester's rare varieties.