Wednesday, June 13, 2018

garlic -

Garlic (Allium sativum; English: garlic) is the name of the plant of the genus Allium as well as the name of the tubers produced. Has a history of human use for over 7,000 years, mainly grown in Central Asia, and has long been a foodstuff in the area around the Mediterranean Sea, as well as general spices in Asia, Africa, and Europe. 

Known in ancient Egyptian records, it is used both as a mixture of cuisine and medicine. Tubers from garlic plants are the main ingredients for the basic ingredients of Indonesian cuisine.

Raw onions are full of sulfur compounds, including a chemical called alliin that makes raw garlic feel bitter or angur.