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Making Homemade Spices

I am making spices for gifts. Do I need to do anything special to the jar that I am storing it in if I am using Parmesan cheese? Will it be OK if I do not refrigerate the contents?

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By Veronica from Ontario

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September 16, 20100 found this helpful

Since the spices will have cheese it's best to keep refrigerated.

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October 3, 20100 found this helpful

If you're going to put spices in little jars to give away, I would put either the cheese or the spices in a little ziplock bag (you can get really tiny ones at Hobby Lobby) so that the flavors don't meld together. Make sure & put a little note on the jar telling the receiver the amounts to use & to keep it refrigerated.

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April 20, 2006

This is for Australians out there. Does anyone know how to make the double smoke sprinkle used by Action supermarkets? It rocks!

Cathy from Townsville

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April 30, 20060 found this helpful

ok i am not in australia but what is a double smoke sprinkle??

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