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Ginger, ground


Also referred to as powdered, this dried, ground form is quite different than fresh. It is readily available in standard supermarkets, and is used primarily in sweets and curry mixes.
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Substitute for ginger, ground

Fresh ginger or as an alternate to ginger: use cardmom, allspice or pumpkin pie spice

Equivalents

1/2 tsp   =   1 tsp fresh chopped
1 oz = 4 tablespoons

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