DIY Candied Ginger Relieves Nausea

Candied ginger is one of those things that I keep around the house at all times. Not only is it a tasty treat and great to sweeten a cup of hot tea, but it's also good for upset stomachs and light nausea. Unfortunately, it's frequently only available in health food stores, and even then it can be pricey. Here's how to make it at home.America's Test Kitchen shows us how to make this stomach-calming treat home with minimal effort. You'll need some fresh ginger, of course, but aside from that the only thing you'll need is sugar and water. You'll use some of the sugar to make a simple syrup to soak the ginger in (the simple syrup will be the binder that keeps the rest of the sugar sticking to the ginger) and the rest to toss the ginger in when it has finished its soak. All in all, you can buy the sugar and the ginger for half the price required to buy a package of the stuff already candied.

Have you tried candied ginger, or do you make your own? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

How to Make Candied Ginger [America's Test Kitchen]


    I've never been able to eat candied ginger. When we were kids we used to have Ginger Ale for nausea though. To be honest I don't know if it actually had ginger in it, but it seemed to work.

    Regular cheap supermarket gingernut biscuits work too. They even worked to cure my dog's car sickness

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