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Can ginger root be frozen?

Yes, ginger root can be frozen, which is an excellent way to keep fresh ginger.  If you purchase a large root, cut it into small pieces then place the pieces into Ziploc freezer bags.  When ready to use, simply take out of the bag and grate.  There is no need to thaw the root before using.  Make sure to use the ginger root within 6 months. Try it in our Tropical Fruit Snacking Cup!

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