If garlic pots didn't have holes, why would the garlic in it get soggy (which as I understand it means moist). After all, garlic as bought at the store is dry, and to my knowledge doesn't have much water in it. Do the holes I the garlic pot allow moisture to leave the garlic and pass through the holes and diffuse itself in the air?
NOTE: I have heard of garlic pots but never seen one. If someone could post a picture it would be appreciated.
Thank you for your clarifications.