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  • Ginger is a wonderful kitchen staple as it transforms a quick weeknight stir-fry or curry.  For convenience, peel and cut into 1-inch thick pieces (this is generally the amount most recipes require) and freeze. When you wish to use, grate from frozen or allow to thaw and finely slice.
  • Add a few slices of ginger to your chicken noodle soup for a burst of flavour and zing.
  • If you have a juicer, try juicing oranges and beets with a small piece of ginger for a kick of heat. Ginger also pairs wonderfully with apples and carrots in fresh juice.
  • Ginger can be very fibrous, which can make it tough to grate.  Make the job a little easier and rotate your piece as you work.
  • A garlic press is a great tool if you want to quickly juice small amounts of ginger.
  • Equivalent: 1-inch piece of ginger (mature) = 1 tablespoon minced

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