Queensland Ginger

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By: Australian Ginger | Ginger Australia  25-Jul-2013

Ginger may be stored in brine for over 12 months before being processed. Common post-harvest processes include juicing, powdered ginger and as a flavoring for recipes such as gingerbread, cookies, crackers and cakes, ginger ale, and ginger beer.


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If you are interested in Ginger Australia, you should know that there are actually two completely different types of ginger that are grown in Australia. One of them is called Queensland Ginger and is very popular in dessert foods, and the other is Canton ginger, which is more savory and frequently used in Asian and South Asian cuisine. It is pretty likely that at some point in time you have enjoyed both of these forms of ginger, whether you knew it or not.


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