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Old July 24, 2016   #4
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Thanks, FD. Good idea to cure and then inspect. Hopefully I can get the black wrapper off them after they cured a bit, and get a really good look.

I seem to remember finding yellow on bought garlic a time ago, and they were not good eatin. So although I don't know what it is, I am a bit concerned to see the yellow.
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