Plant. They're begging for it.
I agree--plant it. By the way, Sue, you take wonderful photos!
I usually throw it in the compost or bury it to see what happens at that point. Unless, of course, I realize it too late and am desperate for some garlic - then I'll split it and rip out the shoots...and if it's still fairly moist, I'll use it. (ssshhhhh....don't tell)
I would plant it too.
Eat the cloves that have not sprouted yet and plant the rest.
If the sprouts are lively, I always chop them up to use. And unless the cloves are too dried out, I use them too.
I'd totally eat it.
You can eat it or plant it.
I usually just snap off the sprout and use it anyway if the clove is not squishy. It's certainly much hotter when it has sprouted though so I cut back if it is raw or only lightly cooked. ☺
Plant it! Absolutely.
Eat half plant half. Pull it apart and plant the cloves that have sprouted. Nothing wrong with it at all. It looks very healthy.
I would probably plant it, but I believe Jacques Pepin says you can cut off the green part and eat the rest. I'm not fond of eating anything that sprouts myself.Fabulous photo.Sam
If you have a spot for it, plant it! I don't eat it that far along :( Not sure why I don't - maybe my mom did it that way. Who knows! What did you decide?
What's on your mind?