15th Annual Garlic Fest is Raising Awareness for Waste to Taste this Year (Video)

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Tricia Woolfendon
At the end of next week, we're going to smelling a whole bunch of people with stank breath in Delray Beach -- and most likely garlic-infused B.O.

The 15th Annual Garlic Fest is descending upon town, and it's bringing with it plenty of beautiful -- and somewhat grotesque -- distinct garlicky aromas.

While the three day event is bringing with it some old favorites, like the professional chef cooking competition, it's also adding new features, including an education component for Waste to Taste, a movement to reduce the waste of consumable foods.

See Also: Garlic Fest 2013 Coverage: The Five Weirdest Ways to Eat Garlic

Taking place Friday, February 8 through Sunday, February 10 at Old School Square, Garlic Fest is bringing live music by national acts Collective Soul and Dispatch, more than 180 vendors, kids activities, full liquor bars, Cloves & Vines wine garden, full liquor bars, and its legendary professional culinary competition -- executive chef Bruce Feingold of DaDa Restaurant & Lounge took home the win last year.

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