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Millionaire's Garlic Morsels

Updated: Jan 16


Millionaire's Garlic Morsels


Picture this: the world's finest chefs, their stoves ablaze with culinary alchemy, reach not for a dusty clove, but for a tiny treasure chest of flavor - dehydrated garlic morsels. These aren't your granny's garlic flakes, mind you. These are slices of pure garlic power, bronzed by gentle heat and bursting with concentrated essence.


Think sun-soaked Italian fields, where chefs whisper secrets to their simmering sauces, amplifying their depth with a handful of these crunchy morsels. Imagine Michelin-starred kitchens in Tokyo, where delicate broths sing with the subtle whisper of dehydrated garlic, a whisper that speaks volumes. Even in your very own kitchen, these potent flakes ignite ordinary dishes, transforming a humble pasta into a garlic inferno, a roasted chicken into a symphony of savory bliss.


But why dehydrated? Oh, the possibilities! These miniature flavor bombs add punch without adding moisture, letting you build layers of intense garlic without fear of soggy sauces. Sprinkle them on pizza dough for a crispy, aromatic crust, fold them into bread dough for a garlicky halo, or scatter them over roasted vegetables for a caramelized kiss of umami. They're shelf-stable warriors, ready to answer your flavor call at a moment's notice.


So ditch the clunky garlic press and embrace the convenience (and intensity!) of dehydrated garlic morsels. They're a chef's secret weapon, a home cook's magic dust, a testament to the power of concentrating nature's bounty into bite-sized flavor bombs. Now go forth and unleash the garlic fury! Just remember, with great power comes great responsibility (and maybe a breath mint or two).





Millionaires Garlic morsels are bite-sized pieces of garlic that are typically dried, dehydrated, fried or baked. They are often used as a garnish or as an ingredient in other dishes. Garlic morsels are a good source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber and potassium. They also contain allicin, a compound that has been shown to have antibacterial and antiviral properties.





Millionaire's Garlic Morsels


Millionaires Garlic morsels are small, bite-sized pieces of garlic that are typically dried, dehydrated, fried or baked. They are often used as a garnish or as an ingredient in other dishes. Garlic morsels are a good source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber and potassium. They also contain allicin, a compound that has been shown to have antibacterial and antiviral properties.


The best-dried garlic morsels are made from high-quality garlic cloves that are slowly dried. They have a strong, garlicky flavor and a slightly nutty aroma. They are also free of any additives or fillers. Dried garlic morsels can be used in a variety of dishes, both savory and sweet. It is a popular ingredient in many cuisines around the world.


GroEat Farm has transformed some of the hardneck garlic grown at their farm in Montana, into extraordinary, premium-quality delights. These flavorful, Millionaire's Gourmet Dried Garlic Morsels pack a punch of true, authentic, and powerful garlic flavors. Liven up a salad, add a kick to your favorite main course dishes, or add a unique burst of flavor to your favorite soup or stew recipes. GroEat Farm's Dried garlic morsels are a vibrant alternative to garlic powder or garlic flakes.


Forget wimpy garlic powder and sad, shriveled cloves! Enter the dehydrated garlic morsel, the culinary secret weapon of top chefs and home cooks alike. These tiny nuggets of flavor, sliced from the plumpest cloves and kissed by gentle heat, pack a punch that'll make your taste buds do a jig.


Imagine this: a Michelin-starred chef, crafting a delicate risotto, reaches for a jar of golden morsels, each one a sun-dried warrior of garlic. They crumble like fragrant snow, releasing an aroma that tickles the nose and promises untold depths of flavor. In a rustic Italian kitchen, Nonna sprinkles a handful over her simmering marinara, their toasty sweetness mingling with the rich tomato sauce, transforming it into a garlic-laced masterpiece.


But don't be fooled by their size. These morsels are taste titans, their flavor concentrated like a culinary black hole. They add a smoky depth to stir-fries, a fiery kick to roasted vegetables, and a soul-warming hug to soups and stews. They're the secret ingredient in grandma's famous garlic bread, the magic dust that elevates your humble avocado toast to Instagram-worthy heights

And the best part? Dehydrated garlic morsels are a kitchen chameleon. Toss them into dry rubs for a meaty punch, infuse olive oil with their essence for a gourmet dip, or grind them into a homemade garlic powder that puts supermarket brands to shame. They're shelf-stable, easy to use, and, most importantly, utterly delicious.

So, ditch the boring garlic routine and embrace the morsel revolution! Unleash their power in your kitchen, and watch your meals transform from ordinary to extraordinary. Remember, great food is all about the details, and these tiny titans of taste are the secret ingredient that'll turn your cooking from good to garlic-good. Now go forth and conquer the culinary world, one morsel at a time!



A Cute Story About Making Millionaire's Garlic Morsels


It was a cool fall day in the small town of Grizzly Creek. The streets were empty, except for a few stray cats and the occasional car driving by. In the kitchen of a house on Scape Road, a young woman named Sarah was hard at work. She was making garlic morsels, and she was determined to make the best ones in the world. Sarah lived near the mountains, in a beautiful town.


The small town of Grizzly Creek is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The town is surrounded by towering mountains, lush forests, and crystal-clear rivers. The town itself is small and quaint, with a population of just over 7,200 people. Grizzly Creek is also a popular destination for very wealthy retirees who are looking for a peaceful and quiet place to live, as the town is home to a variety of festivals and events throughout the year, including a summer festival, a fall festival, and a winter festival. The town also has a number of annual events, including a trout parade, trout-fishing events, and folk concerts. Grizzly Creek is a beautiful and charming town that is perfect for anyone looking for a peaceful and relaxing place to live. The town is surrounded by stunning scenery and is home to a friendly and welcoming community.

Sarah was well-versed in biology and chemistry and knew that the drying process can also change the chemical composition of the garlic, which can affect the flavor. She also was aware that when garlic is dried and dehydrated, the water content is removed, which concentrates the flavor of the garlic. This is because the flavor compounds in garlic are water-soluble, so when the water is removed, the flavor compounds become more concentrated and rich. A friend of hers in Montana determined that when garlic is dried, the allicin content decreases, but the alliinase content increases. Allicin is the compound that gives garlic its characteristic flavor, while alliinase is the enzyme that converts allicin into other flavor compounds.


When the garlic morsels were finally finished, Sarah took a bite. She closed her eyes and savored the flavor. The garlic was perfectly dried, and the hardneck garlic had given it a rich, savory flavor. There was no need for seasoning, as the garlic was perfect just "as is". Sarah knew that she had finally created a very good garlic morsel. Sarah was so proud of her garlic morsels. She couldn't wait to share them with her town residents, friends and family. She knew that they would love them as much as she did.


One day, Sarah was invited to appear on a cooking show. She was excited to share her recipes with the world, and she was even more excited to talk about Millionaire's Garlic Morsels. When she was on the show, she told the host all about how she came up with the recipe, and she even gave him a sample of the Morsels. The host loved the morsels, and he said that it was the best garlic he had ever tasted.


After the show, Sarah's business went through the roof. She was so busy that she had to hire more people to help her make the morsels. She was so busy but she always made time to cook for herself and her friends.


Sarah invited her friends and family over for a dinner party. She made Asian garlic noodles and tofu fried in a special rendition of her garlic-infused olive oil. The meal was a big success and everyone was happy.


Sarah was a kind and generous woman who loved to give gifts to her friends. She always took the time to make special gifts and then give those gifts to friends. After dinner, she gave all of her guests a small box, with a notecard on top.


Sarah continued to make custom Millionaire's garlic morsels for her friends as gifts. They were always a big hit. Her friends loved the garlic morsels, and they loved that Sarah had taken the time to make them something special.


Inside the personal note card, Sarah mentioned that dehydrated, Millionaire's garlic morsels can be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for up to 24 months. She provided this list of ways to use the Millionaire's garlic morsels, including:


  • Grind them to make your own Garlic Powder

  • Soak them in warm water for a few hours and use them as you would fresh garlic

  • Sprinkle them on popcorn, vegetables, and eggs.

  • Add them to soups, stews, and chili.

  • Use them to make garlic bread, garlic butter, and garlic sauce.

  • Grind them into a powder and use them as a seasoning.

  • Add them to salad dressings and marinades.

  • Use them to make garlic salt.


At GroEat Farm, they begin with four, five, or six of our hardneck garlic bulbs, just under 3/4 pounds of hardneck garlic grown at our farm in Bozeman, Montana. The cloves are separated from the bulbs. The twenty-five to thirty or so garlic cloves are peeled and cut into small morsels. The garlic morsels are dehydrated in a perfect environment to create six ounces of highly flavorful garlic treasures. The garlic they use to create this recipe includes Porcelain and Purple Stripe, Hardneck garlic. Porcelain Hardneck Garlic includes Music, Georgian Crystal, Rosewood, Ivan and German Extra Hardy. Purple Stripe Garlic includes Metechi, Persian Star, Bogatyr and Purple Glazer. The garlic morsels have a high flavor content and have a wonderful robust flair. They highly recommend it! Use the morsels directly in your cooking and culinary dishes, or make your own garlic salt or garlic powder by pulverizing the garlic morsels. Hydrate in a bowl of water for an hour and chew. The flavor is savory and robust. These are Millionaire's Garlic Morsels.


These morcels loved by chefs, are the rockstars of the kitchen, whipping up culinary symphonies, and the secret weapon in their arsenal? Not truffle oil, not caviar, but the humble, mighty dehydrated garlic morsel. Forget limp, flavorless store-bought garlic. These are sun-kissed nuggets of concentrated, potent flavor, the Jimi Hendrix of the spice world, ready to turn any dish into a tastebud eruption.


Top chefs swear by them. Yotam Ottolenghi sprinkles them on roasted cauliflower, their smoky char dancing with the sweet, nutty cruciferous. René Redzepi infuses them in his legendary duck fat, creating a golden elixir of richness. And home cooks, armed with dehydrators or sun-soaked rooftops, are in on the secret too. Imagine garlic bread with a crunch like popcorn, each bite a tiny flavor bomb exploding on your tongue. Toss them into soups and stews for a depth of flavor that lingers long after the last spoonful.


But it's not just about taste. Dehydrated morsels are a convenience king. No more peeling and dicing, just a handful of crunchy nuggets ready to unleash their magic. They store for months, defying the tyranny of garlic's short shelf life. And their concentrated flavor means less is more – a sprinkle goes a long way, saving you money and garlic tears.

So, next time you're at the grocery store, skip the sad, limp cloves. Seek out the crunchy, golden morsels. Embrace the power of dehydrated garlic, the tiny flavor titan that elevates any dish from ordinary to extraordinary. Just remember, with great power comes great responsibility – use them sparingly, savor every bite, and prepare to be crowned the garlic king or queen of your kitchen. Now go forth and conquer the culinary world, one crunchy morsel at a time!



Hardneck Garlic Bulbs on the Scale



Peeled Garlic Cloves



Garlic Morsels Cut from Whole Garlic Cloves

Their Promise. They only sell what they grow on our farm in Montana. Their mission at GroEat Farm is to grow premium garlic. They help home gardeners, chefs, small-scale commercial growers, organic gardeners, plant nurseries, and anyone else looking for better garlic. They are continuing a very long tradition of growing quality, gourmet, and seed garlic.


 

Millionaire's Garlic Morsels

Ingredients: 100% Natural Hardneck Garlic grown at our farm in Bozeman, Montana. Elevation 5,420 feet above sea level.
Product of: United States. Bozeman, Montana. Gallatin County.
Quantity: Six (6) ounces of dried garlic morsels, stored in a glass container with a bamboo lid.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.
Shelf life: Glass jar– up to 2 years.
Allergen Information: Dehydrated and dried on equipment that may have been in contact with peanuts, soybeans, tree nuts, milk, eggs, wheat, and whey.
Nutrition: The following nutrition facts for garlic from the USDA are based on a serving estimate of 1 teaspoon (tsp):

Protein: 0.18 grams (g)

Fat: 0.01 g

Carbohydrates: 0.90 g

Fiber: 0.05 g

Natural sugars: 0.03 g

Calcium: 5 milligrams (mg)

Iron: 0.05 mg

Magnesium: 0.75 mg

Potassium: 10 mg

Vitamin C: 0.9 mg


Garlic is also thought to be a source of amino acids (the building blocks of proteins) and enzymes, which can help your body build muscles and protect your gut health, respectively.



 


Reviews:

"I ordered the dried garlic morsels from Gro eat farm for the first time about a month ago and they arrived quickly thereafter. I took the lid off the glass jar and took a whiff. Wow, the garlic aroma was absolutely astounding, something I have never experienced. I fell in love with the powerful taste. The morsels are all different sizes and are fresh. I love the name too. Will buy it again. Thank you."
T Arundal, Hanover, Maryland

"I crushed some of the dried garlic to make garlic powder. If you like garlic, you will LOVE this delightful garlic. I've not tasted garlic with such a robust flavor. They have a nice crunch, and the flavor is over-the-top extravagant. I am a huge fan of these."
M. Henrick, Wausau, Wisconsin

"We are used to very mild garlic grown on the west coast. This garlic flavor was pretty dang strong. Really, the flavor was way more than expected. . We added too much to our spaghetti sauce. Still, it is a great taste, I don't want to say bad things here. Just a really strong garlic taste. I only like very mild garlic. Maybe better in smaller proportions, spicy garlic tasting."
K. Salinas, San Jose, California

"I purchased the dried garlic online because I was curious and interested. The flavor of this garlic is like nothing I've ever had before and I must say they are very surprising and delightful. Nothing like the garlic from the grocery store."
B. Mills, Fargo, North Dakota

"We typically buy garlic from our local Publix grocery store here in Fayetteville, North Carolina. I thought garlic was garlic. Until I tried these dried pieces from GROEAT farm. The flavor lends a deeply satisfying, first-rate garlic flavor to our meals. We're never going back to grocery store garlic."
S. Pardham, Fayetteville, North Carolina
"These garlic pieces are slightly coarser than what I need. Instead, I put the pieces in a blender and made the powder I'm used to. When it arrived my first test was comparing it to my typical Mccormik go-to powder. If anything the flavor's of GROEAT garlic is wonderful and really nice. Great taste compared to others. Cost is fair. I like the glass container. Will continue buying from this family farm. Asking them to make powder too. I am a HUGE garlic lover.
J Eady, Kissimmee, Florida

Freshly Harvested Hardneck Garlic from GROeat Garlic Farm, Montana



GroEat Farm is located in Gallatin County, Montana, just south of Bozeman, MT. GroEat Farm, LLC is a small, independently-owned grower and supplier of premium quality hardneck garlic (seed and culinary). We provide exceptional quality hardneck garlic to nurseries, market growers, home garden enthusiasts, chefs, and anyone else looking for better hardneck garlic. We’re located in the beautiful Hyalite foothills, below the Gallatin Mountain Range. The hardneck varieties that grow at our farm (Ophioscorodon) flourish here, due to the combination of the cold winters, temperate summers, moist spring, and the dynamic alluvial soils, washed down from the Gallatin Range (comprised of Archean metamorphics, Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary rocks, and Eocene volcanics). Not only are the GroEat Hardneck garlic healthy and beautiful, their flavors are robust and delicate.

GroEat Farm, LLC is a small, independently-owned grower and supplier of premium quality hardneck garlic (seed and culinary). We provide exceptional quality hardneck garlic to nurseries, market growers, home garden enthusiasts, chefs, and anyone else looking for better hardneck garlic. Hardneck Garlic Growing Practices: No Pesticides, No Herbicides, No Fungicides. Our little family farm uses the best farming practices to grow and achieve quality hardneck garlic.



Rowan Inspecting Hardneck Garlic from GROeat Farm, Bozeman, Montana




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