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spicy, flowery, eucalyptus-like
Can contain traces of celery, mustard and sesame seeds
Good to know
For several centuries, ginger was so popular, especially in England, that it was served to eat like salt and pepper – correspondingly, a ginger lemonade (Ginger Ale) was invented at that time. Over the years, other products, such as ginger candies and much more, have been added. Today, ginger is used in a wide variety of ways and is known not only for its taste sands but also for its manifold health-promoting properties.
pork, poultry, fish, root vegetables, desserts, stews/soups
Oriental, Indian, Asian, Chinese, Latin American
Dried ginger is sharper than fresh ginger and should therefore be dosed more carefully. Simply add the ginger to the food as you like.
Full taste development
With prolonged cooking, the spiciness is reduced and the ginger aroma is enhanced.
Add the sliced ginger directly to the stew or curry or simply use for the tea. Mixed with honey, it is ideal as a healthy ice ee.B. for children.
Whether morning sickness during pregnancy, motion sickness or seasickness – ginger will defeat it and is a safe alternative to prescription drugs.
Blood & Heart
Regular consumption of ginger leads to an improvement in cholesterol levels and inhibits the clumping of platelets, which can lead to heart attacks or strokes.