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Ginger, Peruvian, Ground, Organic

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Ginger is native to Southeast Asia and is now also cultivated in Africa, Australia and Jamaica. Ginger was introduced to Europe and the Middle East from the Orient in a dried form, which explains why many dishes call for dried ginger rather than fresh. Ginger is a rhizome (root) and grows underground as a thick, tuberous stem bearing both roots and shoots.

At the school of medicine in Salermo, Italy doctors decided that everyone should eat ginger regularly in order to love and be loved like they were young!

We grind ginger weekly in small batches to ensure freshness. Ginger has a light, peppery, lemon aroma and a hot, spicy, sweet flavor. Ginger is a natural in baked goods but don’t forget it when cooking savory foods such as sauces, vegetables, veal, venison or pork.

Purchase in bags:

1/2 oz.

bag

$1.45

1 oz.

bag

$2.40

2 oz.

bag

$3.90

4 oz.

bag

$6.30

8 oz.

bag

$10.25

16 oz.

bag

$17.30

Purchase in bottles:

Small glass
(net 0.90 oz)

$3.30

Medium glass
(net 1.80 oz)

$4.70

Large glass
(net 5.40 oz)

$8.40

Purchase bottle refills (in bags):

Small glass refill
(net 0.90 oz)

$2.25

Medium glass refill
(net 1.80 oz)

$3.65

Large glass refill
(net 5.40 oz)

$7.15

Ginger is native to Southeast Asia.

“We treasure each and every single spice purchase we've made from you! 'Shipped' spices just don't get any better than yours! Furthermore, the way you wrap each and every bottle is so top-of-the-line professional ... so thoughtful! Everything always arrives in pristine, perfect condition.”

-Marlene M. of Honolulu, HI

“We treasure each and every single spice purchase we've made from you! 'Shipped' spices just don't get any better than yours! Furthermore, the way you wrap each and every bottle is so top-of-the-line professional ... so thoughtful! Everything always arrives in pristine, perfect condition.”

-Marlene M. of Honolulu, HI