Too much?

Is there such a thing as too much garlic.

I now think there is, after making shepards pie last night, I decided to chuck in a bit of garlic granuals, nearly half a jar later, I can say its probably too much garlic.

My other half on the other hand thinks that because there was half a jar left, its not too much.

What do you think?

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24 Responses to Too much?

  1. Miriam says:

    As an Italian Aussie who loves garlic I can say you can NEVER have too much of the stuff!! Love it. 😂

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  2. I’ve only eaten too much garlic once in my life, at the Stinking Rose in San Francisco. I ate a whole clove of garlic as an appetizer then proceeded to more garlic in each dish after that…

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  3. Sheree says:

    Yes, you can have too much. I find raw garlic too harsh, so always use (home-made) garlic confit in my recipes. There are times when you want to taste it and times when it should just be a background note.

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  4. Carol anne says:

    Lol trina, half a jar? Wow! You probably smell all garlicy now! xo

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  5. Markie says:

    Hey! I has the same issue with my bf who refused eat some of my soups, coz he could smell ‘too much garlic’ – I looked it up, and found out if you squeeze some lemon juice in the food, the smell will be gone! It completely neutralises it! 🙂

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  6. Markie says:

    You’re very welcome! It works perfectly and the food doesn’t taste lemony afterwards 🙂

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