If the garlic is not fully ripe and dry, it can turn green in the presence of sunlight or heat due to the formation of a chlorophyll like compound. This same reaction can happen in the presence of acidic foods like vinegar, onions, lemon juice, etc. or with copper found in some utensils and/or tap water. It is harmless and can be fixed by either letting the garlic mature (at room temperature) or heating it more until the proper color is achieved.
Chopped garlic is garlic cloves that have been peeled and chopped.
Garlic is yellow and green. Its soft when chopped and adds heaps of flavour.
Small clove chopped garlic = 1/2 teaspoon medium clove chopped garlic = 1 teaspoon Large clove chopped garlic = 2 teaspoons
Maybe but they do have pre-chopped garlic
No minced garlic is finely diced garlic. There is a distinction.
Garlic which is green
No; minced garlic is just chopped fresh garlic, and must be refrigerated. Granulated garlic is more of a powder.
convert 350 grams of chopped garlic to cups
no it is not because you eat green garlic on garlic bread.
In this case the clove of garlic should be chopped into small pieces, instead of crushing with a garlic press in the normal manner.
the green you're seeing is probably green onion or chives.
Appx. 2 teaspoons, but nothing substitutes well for fresh garlic and the garlic powder flavor can't compete with fresh garlic.