Sushi-Style Pickled Ginger

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  • Makes One

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By Diane Morgan

Published 2012

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For sushi and sashimi lovers, making your own pickled ginger is a treat and easy to do. I like to have it on hand as a condiment for grilled seafood. If you see fresh young ginger in the market, nab some and pickle it. Young ginger is less fibrous than mature ginger and has a wonderful texture when pickled. Whether you use young or mature ginger, the easiest way to slice it is on a Japanese-style mandoline. You’ll end up with paper-thin uniform slices.