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What is the difference between Garlic Powder and Garlic Salt?

Asked by G. Cole, Last updated: Jun 07, 2020

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H. Jones

H. Jones, Web Content Writer, San Antonio,

Answered May 20, 2020

Garlic powder and garlic salt can be both substitutes for garlic. Garlic powder is garlic that is dried out and ground until it becomes a powder, while garlic salt is made of garlic, salt, and an anti-caking property. Garlic powder is simply crushed garlic. It is easy to make.

First, the garlic cloves are left to dry. Then, when they are dry, they are ground until the garlic turns into powder, and the taste emulates pure garlic beautifully, and many people will say that garlic powder is just as good as pure garlic.

Garlic salt, on the other hand, is more of a seasoning. The typical ratio of salt to garlic comes in three parts table salt and one part garlic. Garlic salt is ideal to use in Italian dishes and hamburgers, while garlic powder is appropriate to use in recipes that do not need salt.

 

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