Weight Equivalents: Garlic 

Garlic is believed to be native to central Asia, South Asia or southwestern Siberia, with some wild varieties native to Europe and North America.

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Garlic may boost the immune system, lower blood pressure and help to prevent heart disease.
Garlic has been in use for human consumption for at least 7000 years.
Garlic is used around the world in nearly every cuisine.
Substitutes: garlic juice, shallots, onions, garlic chives, garlic powder, garlic flakes
Garlic, Common
Clove   3g 0.10oz
Head 10 to 15 cloves/head (average) 30-45g 1.05 to 1.6 oz
Cup   136g 4.8oz
Teaspoon   2.8g 0.1oz
1 average clove of garlic equals 1 teaspoon chopped garlic or 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
Conversion from grams to ounce: 28.3495231g(rounded to 28.35)= 1 oz
Ounces shown are rounded up or down to the nearest tenth of an ounce.

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