Last night was a good time to clean and store all that garlic that was drying out for past month. It definitely "dried" out and got much lighter in weight that I thought it would be, but it's enough for us to keep for winter and use for seeds for next year's planting in October.
Obviously the biggest heads from all varieties are going to be used for seeds. I haven't decided if I want to replant turban (soft neck) variety yet.The "for seed" garlic was planted separately and was picked much later so they don't have as much papers wrapped around it.
For now I will be using some of it in my tomato sauces and cooking - my hubby loves roasted garlic mash and lemon garlic shrimp so I'll be indulging his appetite :)