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  • Marbled Purple Stripe

    Siberian has a delightful and subtle flavour that does not overwhelm the dish. Making it an excellent choice for use in a variety of dishes including sauces, dips, stir-fries and garlic bread. Siberian is also thought to be one of the best Roasting Garlics caramelizing while it roasts with a bit less sweetness then Chesnok. Leaving a nice warm, lingering taste. But hot if eaten raw! Find the recipe for Roasted Garlic on the Recipe page. Siberian is an excellent garlic for growing as it tolerates a wide range of climates. It grows well in both hot and cold areas. It is harvested in Mid to late season. And stores for 6 to 8 months. Each bulb has 6 cloves. Siberian Garlic originally came from Europe. And showed up in Alaska sometime in the 19th century. It is said that it was traded in return for vegetables.


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