Classic GardenFrost™ Garlic
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How is classic GardenFrost garlic made?
Our classic GardenFrost purees use the same US grown garlic that is used for olam food ingredients' dried garlic product portfolio. You can be assured that our product will not use any raw material that would compromise the flavor of the garlic to which our customers have grown accustomed.
After the garlic is harvested, the cloves are peeled and then pureed to a paste-like consistency. Our classic GardenFrost tastes close to fresh garlic without the hassle and unpredictability of using raw garlic.
Applications for bulk classic GardenFrost garlic
So, when can I use classic GardenFrost garlic? Classic GardenFrost garlic has many applications, including:
- Mix it in with mashed potatoes for a hint of garlic flavor
- Use it in the most popular salad dressing on shelves - ranch dressing!
- Spice up your spinach and artichoke dip
- Ensure your frozen entrees have a strong punch of garlic taste
- Pack a punch of garlic in your homemade pasta sauce
- Add GardenFrost Garlic puree to your protein marinade
History of classic GardenFrost garlic
Although the history of purees is unclear, many of us have grown up eating some form of purees. One of the most familiar examples of purees is baby food, such as carrots or other vegetables that have been pureed to a texture suitable for a toddler to consume.
Other popular uses of purees have been introduced into our diets, such as baba ganoush (made of pureed eggplant) and hummus (made of pureed chickpeas). If you are looking to spice up either of these traditional purees, incorporate some of our classic GardenFrost Garlic Puree.
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Purees ship from California. Rates will vary due to the product density and temperature control required. They do not follow the standard shipping rates matrix. Please add the product to the cart for actual shipping rate.
|Classic GardenFrost™ Garlic Specification
|BRC - OCP - Deming - Feb 2024
|Kosher - Spices - All Location - Sep 2024
|GardenFrost Thawing Parameters
|Allergen - Garlic/Onion - All Locations - 2022