Why do you keep garlic in the fridge? That will introduce moisture and make it go off/rotten. That is why you often see strings of garlic and onions hanging from the ceiling in old pictures. They keep better with a constant air-flow.
Hi, I made my own pasta sauce for dinner, I usually use loads of garlic and it always tastes amazing. Today's dinner was ruined by the garlic. I stored it in the fridge and itlooked ok but as I was pressing it into the sauce it smelt a bit fusty. It was too late by that point as it was in the sauce. Anyway I just ate (and my sons) the pasta and sauce which just tasted mouldy and ruined the while thing Why did the garlic taste like that? It was fine the other day. Have I poisoned myself and my sons? Thanks