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BEAUTY IN THE BULB

Garlic (), onion’s pungent and spicy relative, carries a heady whiff of folklore as well as the musty smell of many scientific studies — and that’s a combination we like. When science backs up traditional beliefs about the benefits of a food, then it’s fairly safe to say it’s something you want to

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