Monday morning macro

This is black (fermented) garlic. It tastes like a 'light version' of garlic and nearly sweet. Amazing. For the Bokeh blurs, I didn't use any filter and tricks, just extreme frontlighting on my kitchen table.
Das  ist schwarzer (fermentierter) Knoblauch. Er schmeckt wie eine Konblauch-'Light-Version' und fast süß. Wirklich erstaunlich. Für die Bokeh-Blurs habe ich keine Filter oder Tricks benutzt, nur extremes Gegenlicht auf meinem Küchentisch.


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9 Kommentare:

Gattina | 18. Februar 2013 um 09:12

Wow ! that's amazing ! Have never seen a black garlic !

Molly | 18. Februar 2013 um 12:31

I love how you have used the light in these image!


Kateri | 18. Februar 2013 um 13:53

Now that is a way of preparing garlic that I have never heard of. I will have to look into that! sounds very interesting.

Katrin | 18. Februar 2013 um 14:03

I also had never seen black garlic before, so I was curious and bought some. The garlic cloves are soft and tender. I cut and rosted them for a minute and spread them onto a fresh bread with salty butter. Very fast, very funny. They say that you can eat black garlic without smelling of garlic for days ... hope so. | 18. Februar 2013 um 18:00

Sieht super aus-wo hast du sie gefunden? Und natuerlich toll photographiert.

Karen | 18. Februar 2013 um 19:41

A yummy macro!

Robin aka Gotham Girl | 18. Februar 2013 um 21:43

I am always learning! Black garlic! On the list!

Norma Ruttan | 18. Februar 2013 um 22:40

new form of garlic to me, so pretty! wonder if it can be found here

Gunilla Bäck | 19. Februar 2013 um 08:25

Lovely shots! I love garlic.

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