ginger family

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The ginger family consists of 53 genera and over 1,200 species, many of which are widely used as spices, for medical purposes, or simply for decoration.
She had no-one left except her grandmother; yet sight of the ginger family cat elicited a moment of sheer joy.
They're from different plants within the ginger family, Kathy.
Grains of paradise is part of the ginger family and the flavour's a mix of ginger, black pepper, nutmeg and cardamom.
The garden features examples of the Zingiberaceae plant family, also known as the ginger family.
Turmeric is ground from the root of the Curcuma longa plant, a member of the ginger family that grows wild in the Himalayas.
Curcumin, a member of the ginger family, is used by Indian traditional healers for treating a wide range of ailments from rheumatism to abdominal pain.
It is a member of the ginger family and, in India, it is traditionally applied in the form of a paste of powder to aid healing of cuts and grazes.
I'd like to think I wouldn't end up with a red-haired bloke, but only because we'd be one big ginger family like the Weasleys in Harry Potter.
When all else fails for pollination, a yellow flower in the ginger family relies on a substance that botanists say they've never seen before: a do-it-yourself oil slick.
So it is only fitting that cardamom, a green and aromatic member of the ginger family, should follow the coffee crop downward in a spiral of glut, plunging prices and abandoned plantations, reports Reuters (Aug.
Cardamom is the dried fruit of a plant of the ginger family, and is the world's second-most expensive spice.
As is so often the case with plants, ginger lily is a misleading name; this species is not a lily and, although a member of the ginger family, has no vaunted culinary attributes.
A member of the ginger family, cardamom is the dried fruit of the perennial herb Elettaria cardamomum and is often found as a favorite ingredient in Scandinavian baking, as well as in Turkish coffee and Indian spice blends such as garam masala and curry powder.
Turmeric Curcumin is derived from the stems of the plant Curcuma longa, a member of the ginger family.