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🔴TRADITIONAL JAMAICAN PINEAPPLE, GINGER DRINK With TURMERIC

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  • Published on:  8/31/2018
  • On Taste Buds today we are making a Traditional Jamaican Pineapple Ginger Drink with Turmeric Root added. Many Jamaicans utilize the entire fruit by boiling the skins with Ginger to make this very delicious drink. As a side note; I didn't get to wash the skins before I peeled the fruit as the idea to make the juice was an afterthoughtπŸ”΄
    Here's my version of this classic Drink that is found in many other places around the world
    List of Ingredients
    Pineapple skins washed and cleaned
    2 thumbs Turmeric root
    3 - 4 thumbs Ginger root
    2-3 Limes or Lemon
    1-2 Orange or Tangerines
    Sugar or Honey to taste
    White or dark Rum to taste(Optional)
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