A Strange Genetic Mutation
Garlic is one of the main ingredients for cooking many fabulous dishes. It’s used so often that it would have been a much better option to put on that kid’s cash register instead of beer. This person was preparing to cook up a storm until they peeled open to find one big, enclosed garlic bulb.
Garlic grows from the ground. As it turns out, many fruits and vegetables that grow from the ground have genetic mutations. Luckily, contrary to popular belief, these mutations don’t make them any less safe to eat. The cloves may be inside if you crack this bulb open, but it’s also that this is just one giant clove itself.