Store-bought garlic is sometimes last year’s crop. If the cloves start to sprout, they pick up a very strong bitter taste. I cut my cloves in half before using and remove the green sprout in the middle. Then the garlic tastes just like fresh-picked. —Shirley S., Gilbert, Arizona
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