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Fresh ginger is a pungent, aromatic root used as a spice or flavoring for a variety of foods. Hands of fresh ginger root are knobby and fibrous with tannish skin and white to beige flesh. Fresh ginger should be hard and weighty with fairly smooth skin...
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Fresh ginger is a pungent, aromatic root used as a spice or flavoring for a variety of foods. Hands of fresh ginger root are knobby and fibrous with tannish skin and white to beige flesh. Fresh ginger should be hard and weighty with fairly smooth skin. This legendary spice is rooted in history! Ginger root has been mentioned in Chinese medical books dating back 2000 years, and is still touted as a remedy for everything from colds, flu and nausea to arthritis pain, blood clots and high cholesterol. It’s effective for motion sickness and upset stomachs.
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