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This heirloom Buffalo Ginger from the mountains of northern Vietnam has an intense vibrancy and a spicy-sweet aroma like gingerbread. Compared to store-bought versions, it's much more nuanced in flavor, with earthy and floral notes and a cleaner taste overall.
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Substitute in any recipe calling for ground ginger; try blooming with oil and aromatics when making soups and stews. We especially like using Buffalo Ginger in dessert recipes to take advantage of the spice's naturally sweet aroma—try it in gingerbread cookies, spice cakes, ice cream or even brownie batter. Or for a warming, immunity-boosting drink, mix ¼ teaspoon Buffalo Ginger with hot water and honey to make ginger tea.