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Spice Islands Ginger Ground - 1.9 Oz
Est. 1941. Ginger was one of the first oriental spices used in the Western world when it was brought from the East by the fabled spice caravans. www.spiceislands.com.
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Ginger, Sulfiting Agents (to Preserve Color).
Directions For an Asian flair, mix ground ginger with soy sauce, toasted Spice Islands Sesame Seeds and Minced Garlic; drizzle over vegetables, chicken or steak. Blend with butter and brown sugar; pour over cooked carrots or winter squash and broil. Use ground ginger to flavor marinades, curries and baked goods.
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