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Gro-Moore's Garlic Festival

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Rochester: Gro-Moore's Garlic Festival
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All-things garlic were featured at Gro-Moore's Garlic Festival in Henrietta this weekend.

People were able to taste garlic food samples, make garlic-themed crafts and learn how to use garlic for healing and cooking.

The garlic featured at the festival was from Oldhome Farm in Macedon.

Garlic is generally planted in October and by the beginning of July, it is ready to be harvested.

"Whenever you're purchasing fresh garlic, do not store it in the refrigerator. When it gets cold, mother nature tells it it's time to grow. So if you store it in the fridge, it wants to grow. It's best just kept open in a basket on your shelf," said Anita Amsler, Oldhome Farm.

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