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Kimia Pickled Garlic

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Full of health benefits and antioxidants, Kimia Pickled Garlic is a delicious and easy way of getting all the health benefits of garlic without all the unpleasant side effects like bad breath. These pickled garlics have a sweet and tart flavor and are traditionally served along with lamb shank, fish dishes, lima beans rice (shevid baghali polo) and eggplant dishes. 90% of peeled garlic sold in the US is imported from China. Recently, there has been a lot of concern about the questionable conditions under which the Chinese garlic is peeled and processed. So much so, that a documentary (on Netflix) has been produced to warn US consumers.
Most of Kimia’s Pickled Garlic is grown in the Fars province of Iran with an additional farm in Isfahan. Fortunately, the farmers in Iran still follow age-old traditions of quality and care. They are grown in smaller quantities and bottled on the same day that they are peeled to preserve the maximum nutritional value and freshness.

2160 in stock

Weight 680 g

Product Details

Manufacturer: Better Food Co.

Manufacturer Country: Iran

Known as: Torsi Seer, Seer Torshi, Persian Seer Torshi

Ingredients: Garlic, Water, Vinegar, Salt Up To 3%

 

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Full of health benefits and antioxidants, Kimia Pickled Garlic is a delicious and easy way of getting all the health benefits of garlic without all the unpleasant side effects like bad breath. These pickled garlics have a sweet and tart flavor and are traditionally served along with lamb shank, fish dishes, lima beans rice (shevid baghali polo) and eggplant dishes. 90% of peeled garlic sold in the US is imported from China. Recently, there has been a lot of concern about the questionable conditions under which the Chinese garlic is peeled and processed. So much so, that a documentary (on Netflix) has been produced to warn US consumers.
Most of Kimia’s Pickled Garlic is grown in the Fars province of Iran with an additional farm in Isfahan. Fortunately, the farmers in Iran still follow age-old traditions of quality and care. They are grown in smaller quantities and bottled on the same day that they are peeled to preserve the maximum nutritional value and freshness.