Those who want to dehydrate garlic will want to know exactly how to go about doing this. You will want to use firm garlic cloves that have no bruising whatsoever. It will be important to peel the cloves and cut them all in half as well as removing the sprout which is located in the middle.
Make sure that you also dehydrate the garlic cloves at 100 degrees Fahrenheit for a total of 6 hours or until they are clearly crisp. Store your dehydrated garlic in an airtight container so no air is able to get in. Keep in mind that light getting in can cause discoloration which you will definitely want to avoid, so make sure that you store it properly.