Benishoga refers to Japanese red pickled ginger. Beni means "red" and Shoga means "ginger" in Japanese. To make Benishoga, shredded ginger is pickled in plum vinegar. Benishoga is used as a garnishing in Japanese cooking. Moreover, Benishoga is ginger pickled in brine, traditionally in plum vinegar. Benishoga is colored bright red, and is sold whole, sliced, julienned or chopped.

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