Ginger is the pungent, aromatic rhizome of a herbaceous tropical plant, that is distantly related to the banana. The name comes via Latin, from the Sanskrit 'singabera,' meaning horns or antlers, which the dried rhizomes resemble. A surprisingly large fraction of the ginger trade goes to Yemen where it is added to coffee (as much as 15% of the coffee's weight).
May contain traces of peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, sesame seeds, soy or gluten.
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