Homemade Ginger garlic paste that will last for 6 months and more

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Here is a easy and detailed video on how to make ginger garlic paste I make at home, which lasts me 6 months or more.

Full recipe with details : https://subbucooks.com/2018/01/24/homemade-ginger-garlic-paste/

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