Ginger China Approx 500g per pack

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Ginger is a fragrant herb with a mild peppery and sweet flavor. You can use it for spicing food and beverages. Also, it’s highly nutritious and healthy.


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Amazon Ginger is a herb that has long been used to spice food and as a medicine. It has a peppery and sweet taste and a pungent aroma. Ginger in its raw form is spicy, and it is often used for making iced tea and hot teas. It gives beverages a pleasantly sharp flavor and a warm, spicy aroma. When you cook it, this mellows the spiciness and brings out the sweetness of the herb. This is why it's popularly used as an ingredient in many recipes, and it blends well with other flavors. You can use ginger to create unique dishes like creamy soups, stir fry, stews, vegetable and meat dishes. Ginger can also be converted into powder form to be used as a seasoning. You can also use it to make delicious savory sweets, cookies, jam, coleslaw, cakes, and breads. There are many more dishes you can make with ginger with a little bit of creativity. Besides that, ginger is rich in antioxidants and is often used for making homemade remedies for colds and flus. When you combine ginger with honey and lemon, the result is an effective homemade remedy you can give your kids when they are decongested. Ginger has a long shelf life. Even when not refrigerated, it can stay fresh for more than a week. It's an extremely convenient herb to have in your home when you need to make ginger-flavored dishes or a quick remedy to treat an infection or illness.

Amount per 100g
Calories 80
Daily Value%
Total Fat0.8g1
Total Carbohydrate18g6
Dietary Fiber2g8
Vitamin A0
Vitamin C8
Vitamin D0
Vitamin B610
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.



  • Wash to remove any dirt, chop, slice, or grate, and add to your recipes or tea.

  • Ginger has a long shelf life but should be stored in a cool, dry place or refrigerated whole to keep it fresh and crisp for longer.

  • Cutting it and storing it will keep it fresh for a much shorter time.

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