How to Roast Garlic Without Using Oil

Roasted Garlic

Do you love adding freshly roasted garlic to recipes, or enjoy eating it by itself, but you're not sure how to roast it without adding olive oil? It turns out you are not alone. And, fortunately many people have been experimenting and submitting recipes. As a fan of roasted garlic I am happy to present links to a few recipes from various sources.

But, first... Garlic is a vegetable which belongs to the Allium family. This group also includes leeks, shallots, scallions and green onions. Eating foods from the Allium family has shown to reduce the risk of many types of cancer, according to several medical studies. In fact, these foods were number one in stopping cancer cell growth 100% in 7 out of 8 different tumors. Garlic was number one against breast, brain, pancreas, lung, childhood brain tumors, prostate, and stomach cancer and number two against kidney cancer. Other studies show that the types of cancers that respond well resulting in remarkable benefits are esophageal, ovarian, colorectal and laryngeal cancer.

See my blogs, Suppress Cancer Cells With Onions and Garlic! and Which Foods Suppress Cancer Cell Growth? to see how eating garlic helps fight cancer cell proliferation.

Our original inspiration to share Roasted Garlic Recipes came from Veronica Grace of Plant Based U and from the recipe How to Roast Garlic in the Oven Without Oil: Fat Free Roasted Garlic

Here is another recipe by Margaret Chapman, creator of The Plant Philosophy. She has provided what she calls The Perfect Oil-Free Roasted Garlic

The following recipe is SUPER FAST and SUPER EASY. And, the video is SPUNKY and FUN.
Stay tuned after for the joke:

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