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ginger in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_134_agingergin‧ger1 /ˈdʒɪndʒə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  1 ginger.jpg DFHBPa root with a very strong hot taste, or the powder made from this root, that is used in cooking2 the plant that this root comes from3 a bright orange-brown colourgingery
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gingerIn a medium pan cover ginger with cold water and add salt.He will drink whisky and dry ginger.Decorate with plain icing sugar mixed with water, or sprinkle ground ginger on top.This writer, also a tuna fan, opts for the ahi Napoleon with pickled ginger and sesame soy drizzle.Place ginger on a wire rack to dry for at least an hour.Add a little grated fresh root ginger to the mixture, if you wish.Scatter the green onion bottoms and half the ginger on the plate and lay the fish on top, skin side down.Chop the coriander leaves and mix with the ginger.