This is ground, dehydrated garlic. Garlic dried is a common component of spice mix. It is a very common seasoning. Applications include pasta, pizza, ranch dressing and grilled chicken.
Garlic cloves are peeled and sliced. In most cases, the garlic is then heated to a temperature of between 150° and 160 °C (~300-320 °F). The water is removed to a moisture content of about 6.5%. The dehydrated garlic is then further sliced, chopped, or minced until the powder is reduced to the desired particle size.
20, 25 kg
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Like all dried and processed (in this case powdered) foods, organic garlic powder is less nutritious than fresh cloves. This isn’t a bad thing altogether as it has fewer calories in it.
An ounce of fresh garlic (about 6 cloves) contains 27 calories. It gives you a fairly notable amount of protein (1g) and essential minerals: calcium (3.3% RDA), iron (1.7% RDA), and selenium (3.7% RDA). RDA stands for Recommended Daily Amount calculated for a well-balanced 2,000-calorie diet. One of the main health benefits of fresh garlic is its high content of vitamin C (15% RDA).
When comparing garlic powder vs. fresh cloves, the loss of both calories and nutrients is significant. The standard amount of powder used in recipes is ¾ teaspoon. From this dose you get 8 calories and 0.4g proteins. Nutrient-wise, powder contains 0.2% RDA of calcium, 0.9% RDA of selenium, and 0.7% of iron.