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Excited for GarlicFEST? Learn more about the beloved seasoning with this infographic.

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GarlicFEST is back Aug. 31 to Sept. 1 at the Waldron Hill Buskirk or Third Street Park. While the festival features local artists, live music, yoga and even a beer garden, the focus is, as always, on garlic. To get you ready for the festival, we've prepared an infographic to help you learn a bit more about the beloved stinking rose.

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Christine Fernando

Now that you've been introduced to garlic, here are some of garlic's closest relatives and some forms you may find garlic in while perusing grocery store aisles.

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Christine Fernando

Garlic has a lot of health benefits because it protects against viruses, bacteria, fungus and vampires. That's probably why Americans consume so much garlic annually.

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Christine Fernando

But where is the garlic? Most garlic produced in the U.S. comes from three counties in California, but China, India and Bangladesh are the true garlic heavyweights.

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Christine Fernando
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