I add ginger to a lot of the foods I cook. Ginger is a good remedy for most stomach ailments and adds a spicy kick to foods. It's great with chicken, veggies, and shrimp. I also like to add it to my marinara sauce. It adds kick and cuts down on the heartburn, too!
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Forget the anti-nausea tablets! Chew a small piece of ginger or drink ginger beer / ale (there are also ginger capsules available) before setting out on a journey. Ginger will settle your tummy in no time, and it's safe for small children and during pregnancy, too! 221
I prefer Ginger root for stir fries. I store my ginger root in a zipper bag in my freezer. When I want the ginger I just remove the end skin and grate the frozen root over the pot. It goes through the fine grater and sprinkles over the surface. No clumping. I return ginger in bag to the freezer.
This keeps well. I use it in Ginger tea and ginger cookies. I use it often and there is much less waste. I like big round roots . Easier to handle.
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