and I’m not talking about the one with the Professor and Maryanne, heeeere on Gilligan’s Island!
I just find it really interesting that I use/eat ginger probably every other day since I moved to China and I can’t remember one time I bought it back in California. I guess you could say that Ginger is my Chinese avocado.
I know, I’ve already lectured you in the past on the benefits of Ginger Tea. However, medicinally it’s been used to treat arthritis, nausea, lower cholesterol, fight indigestion and much more but most importantly, it’s the flavor. Next time you’re sauteing some vegetables or chicken, put some fresh ginger with sesame seed oil and a little soy sauce in the pan. Or for an amazing sauce that you can use with or over anything, an old shoe would even do, just throw a little garlic, ginger, spring onion, cilantro, soy sauce and sesame oil in a food processor for one second and see if you don’t faint from how good that is.
With the leftover ginger you can throw it in some warm water to soak your feet, it’s apparently good for foot fungus to boot!
I never said it was going to be pretty