black garlic?

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    have you tried it......do you know how to make it?

    i am trying to figure out how to make it....i do not have a gas oven.....nor a rice warmer or cooker....i hesitate to leave a crock pot plugged in for 40 days and nights
     
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    Have heard of it. Never tried it. Alton Brown probably has some home-made contraption for preparing it.
     
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    korean....suppose to be textured like roasted garlic but with a sweeter richer taste...did i mentin i got a ton of garlic...bartering at the market?
     
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    You need to keep it at between 130-150 for at least 10 days - preferably 40 days.
     
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    i got how to do it...but what with.....what is gonna cook that slow..that long ..and be safe?

    let me look at alton brown
     
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    nothing just kitchen stadium stuff but it does seem to be the 'new fad' in food
     
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    I wouldn't worry about keeping a crock pot going, even unattended.
     
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    I checked with my Mom - she used her crock pot and it was fine.
     
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    In tin foil, on the car's manifold......... Of course you could just hold it up to your monitor when select people post, that should keep it warm enough.
     
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    You could probably produce that little bit of heat with an incandescent light bulb...like an easy bake oven.

    Maybe make the "oven" out of a cardboard box and aluminum foil.
     

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