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The Spanish, Portuguese and French introduced it to the New World.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe name basil comes from the Greek word for king, basileus. Basil may have originated in India, but it has since spread to many Asian and Mediterranean countries, as well as Africa and Central and South America, and is cultivated commercially in California. Many traditions about basil's powers have to do with love and the afterlife.\r\n\r\nIn long-cooking dishes such as soups or stews, the larger garlic particles are preferred, whether or not texture is important. And in these dishes, where ample liquid is present, the dehydrated products may be added straight from the container. They will rehydrate sufficiently as the dish cooks. In all other dishes, rehydrate garlic granules by mixing with equal parts of water and allowing to stand at least 10 minutes before use. It should be understood that rehydrating, whether using the powdered or minced form, will increase flavor potency. 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Our organic harvested garlic granules will make any recipe, especially pizza, taste better! Garlic, also known as allium sativum, is related to the lily family, which includes onions, shallots, chives and leaks. For over 4,000 years, garlic has had many important roles in human life. It is considered by most that Central Asia to be its place of origin. It was believed to be used as food flavoring and seasoning. Garlic was being used in Egypt by 3,000 B.C. Later it was used in Pakistan and Western India and spread to China. The Spanish, Portuguese and French introduced it to the New World. The name basil comes from the Greek word for king, basileus. Basil may have originated in India, but it has since spread to many Asian and Mediterranean countries, as well as Africa and Central and South America, and is cultivated commercially in California. Many traditions about basil's powers have to do with love and the afterlife. In long-cooking dishes such as soups or stews, the larger garlic particles are preferred, whether or not texture is important. And in these dishes, where ample liquid is present, the dehydrated products may be added straight from the container. They will rehydrate sufficiently as the dish cooks. In all other dishes, rehydrate garlic granules by mixing with equal parts of water and allowing to stand at least 10 minutes before use. It should be understood that rehydrating, whether using the powdered or minced form, will increase flavor potency. This is particularly true of powdered garlic. When a full-bodied garlic flavor is desired, the dehydrated garlic should always be mixed with water first, and it should stand at least 10 minutes before being used. To make our extraordinary dried garlic, select garlic bulbs are first dried, and then carefully cracked to obtain individual cloves. Small cloves or slivers are discarded, as are damaged cloves. The garlic cloves are sliced and dried further, to a moisture level of less than 6.8%. During the dehydration process, a continuous conveyer belt passes the sliced garlic through various stages with a range of temperatures, air flows and retention times, depending on the garlic variety and its intended use. When texture and mouth-feel are desired, the minced, chopped or sliced forms are suggested. One pound of dehydrated garlic possesses flavor equivalent to that of five pounds of raw prepared garlic. Dehydrated garlic can be added directly to most foods or blended with salt, pepper and other seasonings. For a simple, yet impressive sauce, add 1 teaspoon Florida Herb House dried oregano, 1/4 teaspoon Florida Herb House dried basil, a few pinches Florida Herb House dried thyme and a bit of crushed red peppers. Mix together in one can of quality tomato sauce - organic will taste best. If you need more than one can then simply multiply the herbs by number of cans of sauce used (e.g., 4 Cans of Sauce Would Require 4 Teaspoons Oregano, 1 Teaspoon Basil & 1 Dozen or so Pinches of Thyme). If you love garlic then don't forget to add Florida Herb House's organic grown garlic granules, garlic powder, or minced garlic to your pizza sauce.