I want to put some garlic cloves in here
Me, eating garlic bread: "Yum, this is a good one! It's even got bits of fresh garlic on it! Love it."
My garlic-sensitive taste buds, chuckling evilly: "Remember that for the next 24 hours. Hope you enjoy the garlic toothpaste in particular."
(This happens with onions too. Uncooked, both of those foods are a COMMITMENT.)
(And no, the chocolate I just ate wasn't very good, why do you ask?)
Not to be all One Weird Trick This Ex-Tumblr Employee Discovered About Garlic, but I saw someone commented on my paprika post that garlic and onions make them sick.
My wife has an allium intolerance. If she eats garlic, shallots, scallions, chives, or raw onions she gets an upset stomach, etc. Cooked onions are fine, though. For the longest time I just had to omit those ingredients from the food I cooked for her.
One day we were at a bar and we ordered some food and asked for no garlic in one of the dishes. The bartender put in the order and asked if garlic makes us sick, and my wife said yes, and explained the allium thing. The bartender said his wife has the exact same thing, and he found out that freezing garlic first seemed to alleviate her symptoms.
So I went and tried it. I was cooking a polenta and put some frozen garlic in it. My wife came home and I asked, "Are you sure you want to try this? It's pretty garlicky." and she tried it and said "This doesn't taste like garlic at all." And I knew that it definitely did. I could smell and taste the distinct flavor of garlic, but to her there was a complete absence of any garlic flavor that she knew of. It makes me wonder if freezing garlic breaks down a compound that I don't even notice because I've never had issues with garlic.
Anyways, I freeze my garlic and shallots now, and my wife can eat those without issue. Sure it's not the same as fresh, but we can both enjoy it this way.
Mushroom Galette with Garlic, Thyme, and Chevre