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I was packing the shopping the other week and for no real reason (other than we had plenty anyway) I bunged some garlic bulbs into the freezer.

Anyway, I took it out the other day and when I came to use some it hard turned into an amber coloured jelly. A bit like roast garlic.

What's that all about? Is it okay to use it? (I have and nobody died yet).

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http://www.garlic-central.com/freezing.html

Looks ok. As long as you didn't:

"Warning: Raw garlic stored in oil at room temperature can quickly result in botulism (clostridium botulinum) leading to serious illness and possibly death. Even keeping it refridgerated for too long can be dangerous. Be careful."

P.S. I am an admin on the garlic central forums, if anyone needs an invite.

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