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The ginger touch has been created by the ECHO's Mike Price.
I'm marching loud and proud in the UK's first ever Ginger Pride Walk in Edinburgh.
More than 500 redheads of all ages have been snapped as part of an exhibition exploring what it means to be ginger.
It's not a bad thing being ginger although I do try to pull off being strawberry blond sometimes.
Ginger, Zingiber officinale, is a widely used therapeutic food and herb.
CARROT-TOP, chuckie, ginger nut - most people blessed with red hair will have heard them all.
But a rival expert said gingers were too "resilient" to vanish as people relocated to less redheaded areas.
MD Michael Smith says: "We understand what modern ginger loving consumers are looking for, traditional quality and purity.
I for one will certainly be adding Bili Boncyrs to my Christmas list - he's certainly far cooler than the ginger icon I grew up with: orphan Annie.
Owners of the inaugural Ginger Festival venue, the Fighting Cocks pub, were even good enough to lay on the favourite food of Gingers - Ginger Nuts.
Ginger is one of the few, hand-selected, keyboard apps to have received this award.
24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Writing enhancement company Ginger Software announces Ginger Page , the world's first end-to-end, one-stop shop for English writing.
JEALOUSY is behind the jibes against ginger people according to Rob Benson, organiser of Moseley's first ever Ginger Fest.
Stir in molasses, 2 cups flour, baking soda, cinnamon and ginger.
Hot and cool, invigorating yet soothing, ginger dances on the palate.