Identifying Good Thai Black Ginger While we understand the benefits of Thai black ginger, it is also important to be able to identify black ginger of good quality. Good black ginger plants can be very distinct. We can identify them through their reddish leave edges, and pink underside of their leaves. When you break the rhizome of a good quality black ginger in two, you will be able to see that it is black and pinkish in the insides. Preparation of Thai Black Ginger There are several ways you can prepare or consume black ginger. These are three of the most popular ways the Thais use black ginger:
1. Boiled with water This can be prepared with either fresh or dried Thai black ginger. Cut the ginger in slices and boil it in water. The black ginger drink is ready for consumption once the water is boiled. Some may prefer to add honey into the drink for taste.
2. Powdered and mixed with honey Black ginger can also be consumed as a bread spread together with honey. To prepare this, either grind dried black ginger into powder or pound it with a mortar and pestle before mixing it in with honey and spreading it on bread.
3. Soaked in alcohol The Thais also like to drink black ginger with alcohol. One of the more popular ways of doing this is soaking slices of the ginger in a bottle of alcohol (Such as 40 degrees in Thailand) for one to two weeks before consumption. I hope this short article provided you with some knowledge on the Thai black ginger, its benefits and how it can be used. If you are interested in purchasing fresh or dry black ginger, you can purchase some grown by the Hmongs themselves.
Please contact Kosol Suebtayat at email: email@example.com or Line ID: tayatfarm and Phone: +66896951800 for interest in purchasing Thai black ginger.