About 3 grammes is how much a clove of garlic weighs. It doesn’t have any fat or cholesterol, but it does have 1 mg of sodium and 1 g of carbs.
Garlic is in the same family as onions, chives, leeks, and shallots. It is in the Allium genus. Many kinds of food from around the world use garlic cloves to add flavour, but some also use the plant’s shoots, leaves, and flowers. Most people don’t eat the papery skin around the cloves or the cluster of roots. Most types of garlic have several cloves, which are fleshy parts of the bulb. However, some types of garlic bulbs only have one clove.