**** Ginger syrup for ginger ale - really nice. I'd reduce the sugar a little next time; it was sweeter than I'd like.

**** Ginger syrup for ginger ale - really nice. I'd reduce the sugar a little next time; it was sweeter than I'd like.

My family used to be a bunch of pop addicts. This came from my “couponing” days, when I would find great deals on pop of all kinds, and buy it just because it was a great deal. I have since recanted those ways, and we drink more water, kombucha tea, and the occasional homemade soda.…   [read more]

My family used to be a bunch of pop addicts. This came from my “couponing” days, when I would find great deals on pop of all kinds, and buy it just because it was a great deal. I have since recanted those ways, and we drink more water, kombucha tea, and the occasional homemade soda.… [read more]

Spice up your beverages and desserts with Homemade Ginger Syrup! Recipe plus 9 ways to use this delicious, versatile syrup. | The Good Hearted Woman

Spice up your beverages and desserts with Homemade Ginger Syrup! Recipe plus 9 ways to use this delicious, versatile syrup. | The Good Hearted Woman

Ginger syrup! This low carb ginger syrup is so versatile that you can use it to flavor cocktails, tea, soups, curries, and even baked goods! Gluten free, Keto, Atkins and Paleo friendly.

Ginger syrup! This low carb ginger syrup is so versatile that you can use it to flavor cocktails, tea, soups, curries, and even baked goods! Gluten free, Keto, Atkins and Paleo friendly.

Ginger Syrup Recipe - We all know about the rock stars of cold and flu season – elderberry syrup and fire cider – but have you ever heard of their less famous band mate, ginger syrup? Ginger has been used for thousands of years to soothe tummy aches, nausea and indigestion. And according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it has also history of use for "flu-like symptoms, headaches, and painful menstrual periods.” I like to keep this ginger syrup on hand during the cold winter…

Ginger Syrup Recipe - We all know about the rock stars of cold and flu season – elderberry syrup and fire cider – but have you ever heard of their less famous band mate, ginger syrup? Ginger has been used for thousands of years to soothe tummy aches, nausea and indigestion. And according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it has also history of use for "flu-like symptoms, headaches, and painful menstrual periods.” I like to keep this ginger syrup on hand during the cold winter…

LEMONGRASS GINGER SYRUP - made using large pieces of lemongrass stalks rather than chopping in food processor. Sliced ginger pieces and then candied them...yum!

LEMONGRASS GINGER SYRUP - made using large pieces of lemongrass stalks rather than chopping in food processor. Sliced ginger pieces and then candied them...yum!

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