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Certified organic ginger and turmeric tubers

Freshly dug Ginger and Turmeric rhizomes suitable for planting (or eating).$25 for 400 grams including postageCertified organic (OGA 1339).…

Started by Phil Thomas

0 Sep 22, 2016

Golden Milk

A recipe by Dominique Liv Kamal - Naturapath Slice thinly 205 grams of both fresh Turmeric and fresh Ginger. Add 1/4 cup of Himalayan Rock…

Started by Roger Clark

4 Jul 11, 2015
Reply by Roger Clark

Turmeric & Galangal Paste

From YANDINA COMMUNITY GARDENS: Turmeric & Galangal Paste Ingredients: Turmeric roots Galangal roots – must be fresh (ratio is one quar…

Started by Lissa

8 Jun 21, 2015
Reply by Dave Riley

Baked Vegetables With A Difference

From PIPMAGAZINE:  Baked Vegetables With A Difference     INGREDIENTS Chop up vegetables of your choice for baking, like potato, sweet pota…

Started by Lissa

5 Jun 24, 2014
Reply by Elaine de Saxe

10 Healing Benefits of Ginger plus some simple recipes

From FOOD MATTERS: 10 Healing Benefits of Ginger Ayurveda gives ginger the status of a virtual medicine chest. That’s because this wond…

Started by Lissa

0 Mar 29, 2014

What do you reckon this is?

MARCUS HAS IDENTIFIED IT AS GALANGAL GINGER. Thank you Marcus :) I'm trying to identify exactly what I have here - ginger? galangal? Can't…

Started by Lissa

15 Jun 22, 2013
Reply by Lissa

Bamboo Land - bamboo, ginger and heliconia

I have been thinking about getting some clumping bamboo for awhile... Bamboo Land is a well established bamboo, ginger and heliconia speci…

Started by Donna

2 Nov 29, 2009
Reply by Florence

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