Preheat the over to 350F (175C).
Peel the outer layer of the garlic that feels very flaky and papery, however keep the layer around each garlic clove.
Proceed the cut the top of the garlic so you can see each clove.
Lay the garlic on baking paper. A muffin plate works even better since the garlic won't be able to roll over.
Pour some olive oil and salt on each exposed garlic head and rub it in.
Cover the garlic with aluminum foil and place it in the middle of the oven.
Bake for 30-40 minutes or until th cloves are lightly brown or soft when you press on them.
Let the garlic chill for a bit before removing the shell around them. You can also use a tiny knife or cocktail fork to pull each clove out.
You can eat it alone or have it as a side dish, you can also use it in sauces or dips like aioli or bbq!