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How to Peel Ginger

Handmade TV and Sarah Breckenridge
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The flavor and aroma of fresh ginger wakes up any dish. But some of the most pungent flesh is located right under the skin. Fine Cooking reader Walter Morrison has a method for removing ginger’s exceedingly thin skin without removing its flavorful flesh.

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