Sriracha Powder

Great Uses for Sriracha Powder

The newest addition to MySpicer is our Sriracha Powder.  Our Sriracha powder is just like the Sriracha sauce that you purchase in a bottle, only dehydrated.  This powder is made with chilies, garlic and vinegar and will add an extra spicy, tangy kick to your meals. Here is a great recipe using Sriracha Powder Sriracha […]

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Eating Spices Linked to Longer Life

Eating Spices Linked to Longer Life

A new study conducted at the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences suggests that eating spices regularly may be linked to lower death risk, therefore making you live longer. The study involved 487,375 participant between the age of 30 and 79.  The study evaluated general health, physical measurements and overall consumption of spicy foods, red meat, […]

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dehydrated carrots

Using Dehydrated Carrots

Using dehydrated carrots in your cooking is convenient and easy! Packed with vitamin A, carrots add color and sweetness to many dishes.  You can add dehydrated carrots to stews and soups. They also work great for stir-frying with other vegetables. You can substitute dehydrated carrots for fresh vegetables in just about any dish, including casseroles, loafs, pizza toppings, […]

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This History of Thyme

The History of Thyme

The next featured herb in our History of Spice series is thyme. Common Name: Thyme Scientific Name: Thymus vulgaris Other Names: Garden Thyme, Thym Vulgaire Description Thyme is a small garden herb that’s been used even since Ancient Egypt. Its essential oil- thymol is used as a disinfectant and an antiseptic and Thyme goes well in […]

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Bolete Mushroom

The Bolete Mushroom

The Bolete mushroom is considered among many to be one of the best tasting mushrooms around.  This very popular mushroom grows all over the world and is especially widespread throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The Bolete mushroom grows on the ground near trees.  In fact, the bolete and the tree have a commensual relationship in that […]

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Pink Himalayan Salt Vs Regular Salt

Pink Himalayan Salt Vs Regular Salt

Today we are addressing a question we received recently from a MySpicer customer about pink himalayan salt vs regular salt.  “What is the difference between pink Himalayan salt and more traditional salts such as table salt or sea salt?  Do they taste different and can I use them interchangeably while cooking?” Other than trace minerals […]

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Most Common Mexican Spices

Most Common Mexican Spices

With Cinco de Mayo just a few days away, we thought it might be a good time to share with you a little about the most common Mexican spices. Most Common Mexican Spices Anise Anise is a common spice used for flavoring Mexican sweets such as cakes and cookies.  It has a very distinct licorice […]

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How To Use Tomato Powder

How To Use Tomato Powder

Tomato powder is a must have in every pantry. It can be used in so many applications and will really enhance your meals in ways that you never imagined. Here are some great suggestions for how to use tomato powder Tomato Soup What if you are making grilled cheese and decide you would like tomato […]

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Great Spice Giveaway

Do Spices Go Bad?

A question we receive often at MySpicer is, “Do spices go bad?” When properly stored, spices will not go bad in terms of becoming rancid or spoiled.  It is quite rare for a spice to go bad. However, spices do have a shelf life because they lose potency and flavor over time. Here are some […]

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