Garlic Storage: What’s the best way to store garlic? OR Why use a garlic keeper?
The problem is that garlic, which, if not kept properly, will mould or even sprout, making it unusable for cooking. If you use fresh garlic in your kitchen, you are going to want the best way to store garlic.
For garlic storage, the most suitable atmosphere is low light, cool temperature with good ventilation.
Garlic will remain fresh for many days. You can keep your garlic keeper on the countertop for easy access and as a beautiful accessory to your kitchen.
DON’T STORE YOUR GALRIC IN THE FRIDGE.
Spain is known for its garlic, so it’s no surprise that they have been making garlic keepers for centuries. Our authentic Spanish garlic keepers are designed especially for garlic to let sufficient air in a while minimizing light.
They have 4 well sized and placed ventilation holes (2 on each side), practically placed and not just at the top of the keeper, allowing for better airflow.
Our Garlic Keepers are a part of our traditional Spanish ceramics collection. Avaliable in 8 beautiful designs and it will bring a splash of colour and style to any kitchen.
The best thing about our garlic keepers is that they not only double as a garlic roaster (Put it in the oven full of garlic bulbs and it will produce mouth-watering caramelised garlic) but inside the lid we have a garlic grater or ginger grater, just like The Little Spanish Grater Plate – which will puree you garlic in seconds for maximum flavour and goodness.
Our beautiful Spanish ceramic containers will not absorb moisture or odours, so no lingering garlic smell will remain with the garlic storage container. It also makes it easy to clean on the kitchen counter from any splashes of grease, oil or food from cooking.
The Little Spanish Garlic Keeper is wide enough to get your hand in, so you do not need to tip the keeper upside down to reach the cloves at the bottom.
All of our products are original, authentic Spanish ceramics made by a family in Andalusia – Southern Spain, where the colours reflect and represent the Spanish culture and way of life.