Ginger (Zingiber officinale) comes from South Asia. In Europe, when the epidemic was plagued, those who at one time or another were using ginger survived.
Ginger is very common in the kitchen. Ginger is used to in sparkling soft drinks, also liqueurs and bitters. Ginger is added to baked goods, sweets, Chinese people are using ginger in jams, syrups; British people like to make bread. Ginger is also suitable for preserving, producing marmalade, candied fruits. Ginger will make the poultry, meat, beans, potatoes or rice very savory. Fish dishes with ginger has a delicious smell. Ginger goes well with cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.