HERB - ginger/galingale-growing
SCOTT A WAGGONER
maynedelacroix at juno.com
Wed Apr 29 17:57:51 PDT 1998
Also, once you grown the ginger plant, how do you harvest the fresh
without ruining the plant?
Sandy aka RAVEN
On Wed, 29 Apr 1998 06:57:43 -0500 (CDT) "Pug Bainter" <pug at pug.net>
>SCOTT A WAGGONER said something that sounded like:
>> >It was regular store ginger. I was amazed at the different of
>> >small bit of this off at the hotness and flavor compared to the
>> >original. I think I enjoy truly fresh ginger much more.
>> What do you mean by "store ginger" and "fresh ginger"?
>By "store ginger" I mean the stuff I buy when I go into the produce
>of my grocery store.
>By "fresh ginger" I mean the stuff that I took straight out of the pot
>that I had in my back yard.
>I honestly don't know what kind it is, but they are both the same
>the ginger I'm growing was some that sprouted after bringing it home.
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