Dried peeled ginger root can be used both as a spice or as an ingredient for tea and herbal infusions. You can soak it for an hour and use as a substitute for fresh ginger in any recipe, especially in marinades, broths, and sauces. Ginger is a very prominent spice in Asian cuisine, and has a long tradition of being very effective in herbal medicine, alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress and arthritis, making it also very popular as a spice for infusions. Let steep a piece of dried ginger root in just above boiling water for 5 to 10 minutes by itself, or with a slice of lemon, for a depurative morning beverage, or just add some to your favorite loose-leaf tea. Ginger tea is particularly recommended to calm an upset stomach. Naturally vegan and gluten-free.
1 ounce net weight.