Ground Ginger has a warm spicy sweet flavor to flavor breads, sauces, curry dishes, confections, pickles, pumpkin pie and carrot cake.
The plant native to southeastern Asia, or its underground stem used as a spice, flavoring, food, and medicine. Its generic name Zingiber is from the Greek. The world’s largest producers, including India, China, and other countries of southern Asia By the 1st century AD traders had taken ginger into the Mediterranean region. The word “ginger” English origin, is from the mid-14th century. The Spaniards brought it to the West Indies and Mexico soon after the conquest.
Ginger Ground has a slightly biting taste. It flavors breads, sauces, curry dishes, confections, pickles, and ginger ale. The roots can be conserve by boiling in syrup. In Japan and elsewhere, people eat slices of ginger between dishes or courses to clear the palate. Medically ginger helps to treat flatulence and colic. Although gingerbread may seem like a recent (and Western) invention. It was actually being made by Greek bakers more than 4 thousand years ago.
Ground Ginger is available in 48 lb bulk bag, 25 lb bulk bag, 15 lb bag, 10 lb bag, 5 lb Jug, 14 oz., 7 oz., and 2.5 oz. sizes.
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