– In the Medieval period in England, 1 pound of ginger cost the same price as one sheep.
– In the 5th century, seamen took ginger to their journeys to protect themselves from travel sickness and preserve the freshness of food.
– Google named “Gingerbread” its 3.0 version. He, it’s just so cute.
– India produces 50% of all world ginger production. It’s also called the Motherland of ginger. Seems quite logical, as this country has different spices production as a cultural characteristic.
– The Sanskrit definition of ginger is “horned root.” We guess that’s because of its looks. It seems really horned!
– The USA, England, and Germany are number one fans of ginger ale. This product makes an ordinary beer taste much more interesting and unusual.
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