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 What is a garlic clove how much segment or the whole clove?

Answer A whole garlic is called a "head" (or sometimes a "bulb"). A clove is one of the individual segments that make up the head.
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How much chopped garlic makes one clove?

A single clove of garlic is equivalent to one teaspoon of chopped garlic. One clove of garlic is equivalent to ½ teaspoon of minced garlic, garlic flakes or garlic juice and ? teaspoon of garlic ... Read More »
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How much powder does a clove of garlic equal?

Dried herbs are typically more powerful than their fresh versions. For instance, one clove of fresh garlic is equivalent to roughly 1/8 tsp. of garlic powder. To substitute 1 tsp. of garlic powder ... Read More »
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How much ground clove equals two whole cloves?

It is possible to replace whole cloves in a recipe with ground cloves. The conversion rate is 1/4 teaspoon of ground cloves per three whole cloves. Therefore, you would need to substitute about .16... Read More »
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What is one clove of garlic?

Garlic, scientific name Allium sativa, is a vegetable popular in cuisines around the world. A clove of garlic is one of the individual small sections that make up the familiar white bulb of garlic.... Read More »
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