Freezing Fresh Ginger
If you love ginger but always end up throwing it out before using it all up, look to this tip for a way to save it.
For easier handling of fresh ginger, I keep it in the freezer. When I need some, I cut a chunk off the frozen root, peel the skin with a vegetable peeler, then easily slice. The ginger can be frozen up to six months, wrapped in plastic.
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