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Copy Herb and Spice Mixes at Home

I make almost all of my own spice, herb, and salad dressing mixes I read the ingredients on the label and reproduce it without all of the unpronounceable names added, I start out with a small batch to get a taste match as close as possible to the original product. About the only time I buy an off the shelf herb or spice mix now, is if I want try try something new I haven't seen. It saves the price of the shelf product and I also use the mixes for gifts. I have a large collection of herbs and spices so I have a lot to work from. You may have to buy some products to get started.


By suecrisp from Shingle Springs, CA

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July 20, 20100 found this helpful

That's great. Share some of your recipes.

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August 5, 20110 found this helpful

Did you by chance duplicate the seasoning mix used in Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice? That is such a great idea, and I appreciate all the work you put into this project but I have to say I don't have the time (or possibly the talent :-) to do something like this. Any recipes your willing to share would be greatly appreciated!

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