Can't recall who said it.
"Concerning spices,if you can't remember when you bought them it's time to throw it out."
The way I look at it is that if I can purchase 1 pound of spices for just a few cents or a dollar more than what you pay for a couple ounce container on your typical grocery store isle, I'll spend another dollar for the 1 pound container versus only enough to run out in a time of need. I just got so tired of being in the middle of a recipe and not having enough of one spice or another to finish it. If it doesn't last more than a few months I'm not out much, $3 to $5. One things for sure, I won't run out in the middle of a mixing up something!
I found this place from a post on here and I buy spices and supplies from allot of different suppliers
but their bulk spices are by far less expensive than allot of their competitors
buying in bulk doesnt worry me if I think I may not use it all in a timely manner
I vacuum seal and freeze my supply until needed and it is as good as fresh
I've also used myspicesage.com and really like their pricing and quality. When I get the shipment, it goes into Mason jars that I then vacumn seal and store in the top of my pantry.
Diesel, I just purchased some bulk spices from www.myspicesage.com with free shipping.
That's a heck of a place to store them!
Sorry E---couldn't help myself.
Everybody mistypes, but some are funnier than others.
Yes, it was funny. My favorite of all time was when I sent an email to a client from my phone about an upgrade to an important component on a machine we make and the spell check changed my "castleated" nuts to "castrated".
Bought a 24" planer from Grizzly years ago.
It was made in Taiwan.
It had a tag on the power cord, that was supposed to say "This machine is factory wired'.
Instead, it said, "This machine is factory weird".