• It's a chemical reaction. Garlic contains anthocyanin, a water-soluble pigment that can turn blue or purple under acidic conditions. This is a variable phenomenon more pronounced for immature garlic but can differ among cloves within a head of garlic. If you grow your own garlic, be sure to mature it at room temperature for a couple of weeks before using it.

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