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Honey Ginger Pickles

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Honey Ginger Pickles are a great addition to our meals because they add a  unique sweet and sour taste to the food. You can easily make it yourself with a touch of natural honey for mild sweetness, and it tastes absolutely amazing in soups and sauces. Making ginger pickles at home is easy, and it is much more fun and healthy than buying them from the store.

Ginger has many uses in dishes everywhere globally and is one of the oldest natural remedies used in traditional medicine – extremely versatile and easily available in almost any marketplace around the world. It is one herb we always keep at hand for its uses for upset stomachs, respiratory issues, and even skin problems!

Ginger is a potent, pungent spice with anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial benefits that supports digestion and maintain a balance in the gut microbial. It gives heat to the body and can be used as a medicine for all sorts of ailments, from colds to muscle sprains to clearing phlegm in the lungs or soothing tea on cold nights. A staple in Ayurvedic remedies and Chinese medicine, ginger is beneficial in stabilizing Helicobacter Pylori bacteria which can cause ulcers when they over-proliferate in our system.

Natural honey is another ‘cure-all’ that is a must-have in every home. Honey contains many potent antioxidants, including flavonoids and organic acids that help fight off and protect your body from free radicals that cause oxidative damage. Additionally, honey helps lower triglycerides in the blood, lower blood pressure, and lower bad cholesterol levels, thus promoting heart health. When used topically, honey helps wounds heal faster and hydrates the skin by promoting skin cell rejuvenation.

Enjoy this mildly pungent, sweet, and tangy sauce that zings up your dishes and also adds a dose of health to every bite you take!

Honey Ginger Pickles

Pestos, Dips & Sauces Dadaji Fusion Recipes
Serves: 1 bottle
Prep Time: 15 min Cooking Time: 0 min Total Time: 15 min

Nutritional Benefits: Ginger is a potent spice with anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial benefits supporting digestion and maintaining a balance in the gut microbial. It is used as medicine for all sorts of ailments, from colds to muscle sprains to clearing phlegm in the lungs or soothing tea on cold nights. A staple in Ayurvedic remedies and Chinese medicine, ginger is beneficial in stabilizing Helicobacter Pylori bacteria which can cause ulcers when they over-proliferate in our system. Natural Honey contains many potent antioxidants, including flavonoids and organic acids that help fight off and protect your body from free radicals that cause oxidative damage. Additionally, honey helps lower triglycerides in the blood, lower blood pressure, and lower bad cholesterol levels, thus promoting heart health. When used topically, honey helps wounds heal faster and hydrates the skin by promoting skin cell rejuvenation.

Ingredients

  • 17.5 oz / 500 grams fresh ginger
  • 1 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tbsp raw honey
  • A pinch of salt

Instructions

1

Wash and slice the ginger as thinly as possible with a mandoline.

2

Place the sliced ginger into a bottle, add honey, and then pour in the vinegar.

3

Shake the bottle thoroughly to mix the honey and vinegar.

4

Secure the bottle with a lid and place it near a window, in direct sunlight, for three days.

5

Then, store it in the refrigerator and use it as a relish with your vegetables.

Nutrition

  • 105 Calories
  • 19.2g Carbohydrates
  • 1.2g Fat
  • 1.5g Fiber
  • 1.5g Protein
  • 0.3g Saturated fat
  • 48mg Sodium
  • 6.7g Sugar

Notes

The sweet, sour, and pungent taste makes it a fine combination with Chinese-style vegetables and goes incredibly well with sea algae.

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