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5 Steps to growing an endless supply of ginger

5 Steps to growing an endless supply of ginger

If you’re a suburban homesteader like me, then you are probably always looking for ways to avoid going to the grocery store and become more self-sufficient. One easy thing you can do regardless of if you like in the city, suburbs or even and apartment or condo is to start growing ginger! It’s one less thing you need to fun out and buy, plus having fresh ginger on hand is great for so many reasons! Making a delicious Asian or Indian dish for dinner? Not a problem cause you have ginger! Felling under the weather? Time to brew yourself a fresh ginger tea! See? It’s winning all around. Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. What is ginger If you are scientifically minded like me, then let me introduce ginger by it’s official name, Zingiber officinale. It is actually a flowering plant, that is grown from rhizomes. So what on earth is a rhizome? It comes from the Ancient Greek for “mass of roots” and it basically a form of root stem that grows underground which sends out…

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