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Ginger - what do they mean by 1-inch?

hirsheys | Jan 10, 201805:08 PM

I'm wondering if someone can help me decipher what recipe writers mean when they call for "1-inch" of ginger, minced. I'm assuming this means a one-inch length of ginger? If so, what width of ginger is the norm? The width of the ginger is really variable, so I always find this instruction puzzling (so I usually just put it what looks like the right amount of ginger.)

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