Fresh garlic has a shelf life of anywhere between two weeks to two months, if kept in a cool dark place. It also provides the most nutrients when eaten fresh, but garlic is also available in powder form as well. Discard garlic when it starts to sprout or grow mold.
This may not be what you are thinking, but in a way, yes garlic does last forever. One individual clove of garlic, if planted in the fall, and then harvested the next summer, can produce a whole head of garlic. So you can have a continuous and, if desired, ever expanding garlic supply just by sticking a clove in the ground, watering it, mulching it, and watching it grow.
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