Refrigerate Garlic?

If you put a head of garlic in the fridge, it will go bad much faster. After a day or two in the cold, it might start to sprout.

In short, the answer to the question of whether garlic should be kept in the fridge or not is no. 

Garlic heads and cloves that haven't been peeled actually do best where it's about 60 degrees Fahrenheit, give or take, and air can flow freely.

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 In other words, don't put garlic in containers that can be used again or in plastic bags, where water can get stuck and turn the garlic brown.

If you get to the garlic in the fridge after it starts to grow green stems, it might taste different.

The change in temperature can make it sour, which will change the taste of the garlic aioli or shrimp sauce.

These foods can help you lose weight, but you should also eat a balanced diet and a variety of foods.

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