Garlic salt

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A bottle of garlic salt

Garlic salt is a seasoned salt used as food seasoning made of a mixture of dried ground garlic and table salt with an anti-caking agent (e.g. calcium silicate).[1] In its most basic form it is made by combining 3 parts salt and 1 part garlic powder by volume, or 6 parts salt and 1 part garlic powder by weight.

It should not be confused with minced garlic[citation needed], granulated garlic, or garlic powder, which are just ground dried garlic, also sold as spices.

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  1. ^ Meredith, Ted (2008). The Complete Book of Garlic: A Guide for Gardeners, Growers, and Serious Cooks. Timber Press. p. 50. Retrieved 2 December 2013.