Restaurateurs have made garlic the star of their menus when it comes to flavorings, with the vast majority of restaurants listing the pungent culinary staple on their menus. But up-and-coming flavors also include sea salt, fennel and cumin, according to new menu research from Datassential. Garlic handily reached the top spot as the most widely listed flavoring on restaurant menus, according to menu research firm Datassential, which monitors more than 4,800 restaurants across the United ...
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