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Freezing Ginger

December 4, 2007 | By More

Ginger is a great flavor to add to any dish. Likely you probably don’t have it on hand. Instead of buying it for one dish, and then letting it go to waste, here’s a neat little trick that’ll give you ginger all year round. Ginger can be frozen both sliced and grated.

Biggie over at Lunch In A Box discovered an ingenious way to store grated ginger. Form it into a long, skinny cylinder, wrap it in plastic wrap, and freeze it. When you’re ready to use some, just break or cut off as much as you need and return the rest to the freezer.

[via Lunch In A Box]

Category: Food

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