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Michael J.

I think the garlic should always count as an ingredient, since you have to peel it, and usually slice or chop it, which generates cleanup activities for the knife and board. I love me some garlic, but it's not like tossing a dozen baby carrots into a bowl. So I'd count it a four ingredient meal.

You could make a series of this and count up. "Coming up next, a 14-ingredient meal!! Tomorrow: we're lookin' at fifteeeeeen ingredients!! Stay tuned, right after this."

Meg Houston Maker

Okay, so that would mean my "three ingredient meals" would almost always be "two ingredients plus garlic!"

To peel garlic quickly: separate a clove from the head. Place it on a cutting board, and with the heel of your hand or the flat of a chef's knife, exert quick downward pressure. The flesh should separate readily from the peel this way. Trim the root end before slicing or chopping.

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