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Crushed Garlic.

Mince Garlic with a fork.

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Peel the garlic clove and then press it with the tines of a fork.

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Scrape off the fork and press the clove in the opposite direction.

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Scrape off the fork and press the clove in the opposite direction.

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Continue pressing until the garlic is as minced as you want it. You can also keep mashing to make garlic paste. ┬áRepeat as many times as necessary until the cloves is as minced as you’d like it, and then pick out the hard stem-nub.

Mincing several cloves at once is one thing, but if you only need one or two cloves, you can leave your knife in the drawer. Mincing garlic with a fork makes the job quick and easy.

Or just for a small purchase a garlic crusher which can also be used for ginger.

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What a fork is made up of.

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