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Hi, /ck/. I can't into cooking. I found a recipe that says

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Hi, /ck/. I can't into cooking. I found a recipe that says I need two cloves of garlic, and I figure that means the entire clove. My mother comes along and tells me I need only two little pieces of one of the cloves, and that those pieces are called cloves. She knows more about cooking than I do, but that sounds like bullshit, so I wanted to make sure I was going to do this right when I finally tried.

tl:dr When a recipe calls for "cloves" of garlic, does it mean the entire cloves, or just the pieces of the clove that you can pull off?
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that's a head moran
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>>7056389
A clove is one of those yellow things in your picture. /thread.
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The entire package is a bulb of garlic. The individual pieces are the cloves.
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>>7056394
>>7056395
>>7056403
Thank you. I'm sorry for being a useless piece of shit.
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>falling for this stale pasta
lurkmoar newfriends
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>>7056410
I am literally stupid enough that I did not know the answer to this. I've cook eggs and brownies before, and that's about the extent of my knowledge.
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>>7056408
For future reference "a medium sized onion" is about the size of a billiard ball.
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>>7057027
Or the size of a fist.
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What annoyed me was the inexcusably stupid way you worded the question. You referred to both units as cloves, but asked which one you should use in recipes. "Does clove refer to the pieces you pull off the clove?" I can forgive having limited cooking experience, but you're just a faggot.
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>>7057039
>fists don't vary in size
They vary a huge amount.
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