How to Make Garlic Powder from Fresh Cloves (Complete Tutorial)

Harvest your garlic or buy it in bulk and make the most flavorful garlic powder you can find. Gardener Scott demonstrates the entire process of how to make garlic powder and garlic salt from cleaning and choosing garlic bulbs to bottling finished garlic powder and garlic salt. (Video #288)

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0:00 Intro
1:30 Cleaning Garlic
2:11 Choosing Garlic Cloves
3:07 Separating Garlic Cloves
6:30 Cutting Garlic Cloves
8:43 Preparing Garlic Cloves for Dehydrator
11:02 Starting Garlic in Dehydrator
12:55 Checking Garlic Dehydration Progress
16:20 Dehydration tips
18:50 How to Pulverize Dried Garlic Cloves
21:18 Sifting Finished Garlic Powder
22:05 Garlic Salt Discussion
22:43 Bottling Finished Garlic Powder
23:33 Making Garlic Salt

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