Our garlic will bring your taste buds alive. Experience the taste for yourself and hear your family & friends asking for more. Don't just take our word for it, see what people are saying about our garlic grown right here in New York State.
M & V Garlic is the best garlic I have ever had. Its not like the small garlic in the stores with no flavor. The cloves are much bigger, and have a lot more flavor. We use it alot! Also the granulated garlic is great for making pizza and sprinkling over pasta... ITS THE BEST!
~Dawn Vermeulen, Auburn, N.Y~
I use to think all garlic was like the dried up, tasteless stuff available in the local grocery store. Then my friend in New York told me about M & V Garlic Farm. I didn’t expect it to be any different, but I ordered some just to see. OH MY GOODNESS! I could not believe the difference. The garlic from M & V has large, juicy cloves and the taste is out of this world! I learned on their website how to roast it and use it in recipes. It even helps me control my Diabetes. I was disappointed when they ran out and I couldn’t order more until they grew the next season’s crop, but I have their granulated garlic, which is wonderful, too! Thanks y’all, for growing this great product and enlightening a friend in Oklahoma! Love you guys!
~Glynda Gentry, Choctaw, Oklahoma ~
The word garlic comes from the Old English garleac, meaning spear leek.
Garlic is pictured on ancient Egyptian tombs from 3,000 B.C.
Garlic is used in cooking in almost every culture and country in the world.
The pungent flavor of garlic is caused by a chemical reaction which occurs when the garlic cells are broken. The flavor is most intense shortly after cutting or chopping. This chemical reaction cannot occur after garlic is cooked.
Garlic is a good source of vitamins, minerals and protein.Over the years varieties have been selected that grow well in cold climates and often has a better garlic flavor than varieties grown in mild climates. Typical Hardneck varieties are Porcelain, Rocambole, Marbled purple stripe, Glazed purple stripe, Purple stripe.
Elephant garlic is not a true garlic, but is a type of leek.