How much dried garlic do I substitute for fresh garlic?

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Declan July 2, 2014
Yes ... Point taken! And, a good point too.
But I hate dried "anything". Why not buy fresh, pulverize it in your blender with olive oil, and keep it in the cooler in an airtight container?
 
Susan W. July 2, 2014
As Jan Weber pointed out, fresh must not be available for Margaret at this time. Granulated garlic comes in handy.
 
Declan July 2, 2014
Why use this "stuff"?
Fresh is cheaper.
 
Nancy H. June 30, 2014
Why not just use fresh garlic--the flavor is so much nicer and more seductive.
 
Jan W. July 2, 2014
I'm assuming the OP is asking this because at the time she didn't happen to have fresh garlic and needed to substitute in a pinch. Happens to the best of us.
 
strawberrygirl June 29, 2014
About half a teaspoon of dried garlic per clove of fresh garlic.
 
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