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10 Benefits of Garlic and some Drunken Garlic Chicken For You

10 Health Benefits of Garlic

Maybe not the most romantic of meals, but this Drunken Garlic Chicken and Vegetables is packed full of good healthy goodies and would make a perfect Valentine’s Meal for you and your sweetie to eat together.

The best thing is that you will cancel each other’s stinky garlic breath out if you eat it together!

But have no fear, I have tips on how to get rid of that garlic breath as well as Health Benefits of Garlic, just in time for that Valentine’s Day KISS!! ( on over to The Balanced Platter and discover 10 Health Benefits of Garlic, how to get rid of that garlic breath, AND a wonderful immune-boosting Drunken Garlic Chicken and Vegetable Recipe.

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  1. On February 10, 2012 Ally's Oma said

    Hello! This sounds so good, but I can’t get the link to work….any ideas? Thanks!

  2. On February 10, 2012 Shirley @ gfe said

    Well, some people get more romantic when they’re “drunk” … just saying. LOL Looks divine! Will go check out the recipe and your tips. I always think garlic is good security against vampires though. 😉


    • On February 12, 2012 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Shirley, that is too true. A little liquor can surely help in the romance department. 🙂 And of course. Silly me. I should have included the benefit of warding off vampires as tip #11. What was I thinking??

  3. On February 12, 2012 InTolerantChef said

    I looooooove garlic, I’m definitely NOT a vampire :)=

    • On February 12, 2012 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      LOL! InTolerantChef. I guess the same is true for me. Definitely not a vampire considering how much we eat of it in our house. 🙂

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