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Garlic: one of the building blocks of cuisine, a foundation of flavour used across the world in thousands of different dishes.
It’s one of the most commonly used ingredients in cooking but there’s one pretty obvious side effect to eating too much garlic - a breath bad enough to warn of the entire cast of the Twilight saga.
This video from Reactions breaks down the compounds in garlic that cause bad breath and explains why none of the compounds are present until the garlic us chopped or crushed.
There’s also a couple of tips on how to beat the bad breath that comes after eating garlic, suggesting that drinking milk or eating parsley after garlic can reduce the effects.
Take a look at the video below.