How to Braid and Cure Fresh Garlic

How to braid and cure fresh garlic

Garlic After Harvest

Fresh garlic must be cured before long-term storage. Braiding is a convenient and attractive way to bundle fresh soft neck garlic for both curing and storage, without buying, saving or storing the all-too-often used alternative: plastic bags. Braids afford efficient use of vertical space in storage, and they make an awesome gift for food lovers and fellow gardeners alike. After harvesting your garlic, allow the stems to wilt for a few days, but do not allow them to get brittle-dry, before braiding.

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8 thoughts on “How to Braid and Cure Fresh Garlic

  1. How do you get the garlic so clean before braiding?

    1. As the garlic dries, I peeled/rubbed off the outer layer.

  2. I have wanted to make these for a while now! Thank you for guides!!

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