Mixing Spices – Resources

Resources complimenting my book Mixing Spices: A Flavorful Guide To Creating Awesome Herb And Spice Mixes

I love finding little things that make my life easier, and I have found some products that make making my own herb and spice mixes easier and a lot more fun. From creating to storing, the following tools are not essential for making your own herb and spice blends, these tools are not just practical but convenient and useful. Here are my top picks for making herb and spice blends:

Top Spice Grinder:

The KRUPS F203 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder with Stainless Steel Blades, Black is the bestseller in its class. Durable and light weight, it can handle even the coarse jobs such as grinding small amount of nuts and seeds. It is less expensive than the Kitchen Aid grinder but does the same job, just as well.

Top Storage Containers:

These  Kitchencraft Homemade Set of 6 Stainless Steel Spice Jars KCSPJARSET are my favorite because of two reasons, first because I prefer stainless steel over glass containers for my herbs, and secondly, I just love their design wit the little window. Perfect size, these spice jars are durable and priced right.

Top Labeling Idea:

Creating as many mixes as my husband and  I have, makes labeling is very important. If you want to make bigger patches of blends or use the containers for storage that you already have, these  Complete Bundle of 40 Unique Chalkboard Labels with Liquid Chalk Marker – Premium Stickers for Jars arethe coolest. Durable, they come with a liquid chalk pen and are in cute, decorative shapes.

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