Vampire Strength Garlic… What kind do you use?

2009 November 5

If Vampires are repelled by Garlic… Do you think they would be repelled by the pre-chopped stuff that comes refrigerated in a jar?

I mean think about it…

Is that kind of garlic as potent or nutrient rich as the raw garlic we see being used in the movies?

Let’s take a moment to watch this video in which I discuss these 2 types of garlic.

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So what’s your take?

I can’t tell you how many people I know that when I go to their houses they have this massive thing of pre-chopped garlic.

It makes me wonder…

Wouldn’t it be funny if the Vampires started laughing at you when you pulled out your super jar of  “not so super powered watered down version garlic”?

I think so… I’m sure I would find the humor in it.

For me, I’ll stick to the Vampire Strength Garlic

Here’s to you keeping the Vampires at bat… I mean bay.

Shawn King

Wellness Coach

3 Comments leave one →
2009 November 5

I eat lots’0′garlic!

The easiest thing to do is get a “garlic press”. They only cost a couple $’s. Peel it and press it when you want it.

Yes, it can be a little extra time consuming, but the benefits are well worth it! Plus, There is really no substitute for fresh made foods…the taste is always better.

***The most important thing I’ve found also is to rinse your press immediately after you use it. This will prevent you from having it all clogged up and becoming a core later.

2009 November 6
leticia permalink

at one point i was eating raw garlic and i did enjoy it actually.
i did add a bit of olive oil to it-yummy!

its great for yeast infections:) LOL!

love the info Shawn!!

2009 November 7

very good, very true. i admit—i am lazy and i don’t like to cook anymore. i think this is due to the 3 hours of cooking and other odd remedies i adhered to when i was macrobiotic. however, if peeling and cutting some fresh garlic is too time consuming for people, there definitely is something wrong with this society!!!

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