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quoteleft The enzyme bromelain found in pineapple aids in digestion. quoteright

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Juicing Ginger

To produce large amounts of ginger juice for dressings or sauces, you must wrap grated ginger in cheesecloth and squeeze .If you need just a teaspoon or two of ginger juice, try this method . 1.Cut off a small piece of peeled ginger from a large knob.Place the piece, about the size of a large garlic clove, into a garlic press. 2.Press down on the ginger.The flesh will stay in the garlic press, while the juice falls through the holes and a bowl below.

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