Also Known As: Gingerroot, China Number One or Jamaica Ginger
Taste and Aroma: Rich, sweet, and warm.
Uses: Asian cooking, baking, ginger ale, gingersnaps and gingerbread.
Substitutes:Ginger Cracked Pieces, Ginger Whole, Crystallized Ginger, Shichimi Togarashi, Galangal Root Whole, Cloves or Chamomile Flowers
Fun Fact: Ginger is commonly used to mask the flavors of unpleasant tasting medicines.
-May reduce the symptoms of nausea associated with motion sickness and morning sickness
-May aid in the reduction of symptoms of migraine headaches because it has anti-inflammatory properties
-May aid in the reduction of symptoms of arthritis because it has anti-inflammatory properties
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