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Grate ginger for intense results

Fine Cooking Issue 55
Photo: Scott Phillips
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Ginger’s tough fibrous flesh makes it ideal for grating. A sharp grater works more quickly than a knife for slicing the aromatic vegetable into juicy grated bits that are perfect for a stir-fry, sauce, or the Orzo with Shiitakes.

To grate ginger, use a Microplane. It does an amazing job of grating even the most fibrous knob of ginger into a juicy, paste-like consistency.


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