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Ginger Syrup

from David Lebovitz

Fresh Ginger Syrup

**** Ginger syrup for ginger ale - really nice. I'd reduce the sugar a little next time; it was sweeter than I'd like.

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from The Free From Fairy

Ginger Biscuits

Simple glutenfree, dairyfree, refined sugarfree, low carb ginger biscuits made with coconut flour. What's not to love?!

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from franglaiskitchen.com

A Healing Chai Latte- Cinnamon, Ginger and Turmeric milk. Vegan, Dairy Free

A vegan homemade and healthy chai latte alternative to the sugar laden (but delicious) Starbuck's version. A comforting and healing hot drink for cold days.

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from Lazy Cat Kitchen

Vegan ginger cheesecakes (oil-free)

Vegan Ginger Cheesecakes // dates, almonds, fresh ginger, maple syrup or brown sugar, cashews, coconut cream, agar flakes or powder, lemon juice, aquafaba, vegan chocolate, candied ginger

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from British Vogue

Hemsley And Hemsley: Gingernut Biscuits

Hemsley And Hemsley: Gingernut Biscuits (almonds, ginger, sea salt, lemon, and maple)

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from Oh, The Things We'll Make!

The Ginger Switchel

One of the most refreshing and natural electrolyte drinks, the ginger switchel, is regaining popularity partly because of its health benefits, and partly just because it is delicious and perfectly hydrating.

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from PreparednessMama

15+ Ways to Use Ginger Syrup and How to Make it

15+ ways to use ginger syrup and how to make it | PreparednessMama

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from HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

Gingernut Biscuits

If you don't already know - ginger is a winner! Throughout the world, this incredible root is enjoyed as a delicacy, medicine, or spice. Our gingernut biscuits with ground almonds, dried ginger and date syrup are deliciously chewy and crisp round the edges. Full of spice and just enough sweetness.

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from BBC Good Food

Rhubarb & ginger jam

Rhubarb and ginger jam...my parents' neighbour gave my mum a jar of this and it was AMAZING! Definitely want to have a go at making my own!

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from Mommypotamus

Ginger Syrup

Ginger has been used for thousands of years to soothe tummy aches, nausea and indigestion. And according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it has also history of use for "flu-like symptoms, headaches, and painful menstrual periods.” I like to keep this ginger syrup on hand during the cold winter months along with other syrups, tinctures and teas that support the immune system. Suggestions for delicious ways to use it are in the post!

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