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- Wanted to share something with you all you may not know about “supermarket spices”. Products on the shelves of your average grocery chain my have been there for a year or more, and they probably sat in a warehouse up to a year before that. Since the average shelf life of ground spices maxes out around six months, chances are you’re buying stale spices. These spices are generally very poor quality and may contain nasty contaminants. Ground spices from supermarkets may also have other ingredients such as salt, rice or flour mixed in and FDA regulations do not require suppliers to list these add-ins as ingredients. Also, ground spices from warehouses are not required to be free of contaminants.Cheap spices are cheap for a reason. The ASTA (American Spice Trade Association) cleanliness specifications stating that “…it is not possible to grow, harvest, and process crops that are totally free of natural defects”. *What, so let’s just grind them in and sell them? What are these ‘defects’ you may wonder? Well if you really want to know, a few of them are mold, exctreta (yep, that’s 💩), dead insects, rat hairs, wire, string and a list of other ‘foreign matter’. I will also add 20% of these ‘defects’ are considered acceptable in spices. This is one of the reasons I buy everything in whole form and grind them fresh. Please buy from a reputable spice merchant or company. You can also usually tell the quality of a spice/blend by the smell!! Hope this help! Sorry for the rant I'm just overly concerned with the ingredients the FDA chooses not to tell us on the label! Fresh spice for the people always 💕🦄 #passion #mislabeled #onamission #quality #saltfree #organic #nongmo #paleo #glutenfree #vegan #madewithlove #justspice #dontbuycheapspice
- Wanted to share something with you all you may not know about “supermarket spices”. Products on the shelves of your average grocery chain my have been there for a year or more, and they probably sat in a warehouse up to a year before that. Since the average shelf life of ground spices maxes out around six months, chances are you’re buying stale spices. These spices are generally very poor quality and may contain nasty contaminants. Ground spices from supermarkets may also have other ingredients such as salt, rice or flour mixed in and FDA regulations do not require suppliers to list these add-ins as ingredients. Also, ground spices from warehouses are not required to be free of contaminants.Cheap spices are cheap for a reason. The ASTA (American Spice Trade Association) cleanliness specifications stating that “…it is not possible to grow, harvest, and process crops that are totally free of natural defects”. *What, so let’s just grind them in and sell them? What are these ‘defects’ you may wonder? Well if you really want to know, a few of them are mold, exctreta (yep, that’s 💩), dead insects, rat hairs, wire, string and a list of other ‘foreign matter’. I will also add 20% of these ‘defects’ are considered acceptable in spices. This is one of the reasons I buy everything in whole form and grind them fresh. Please buy from a reputable spice merchant or company. You can also usually tell the quality of a spice/blend by the smell!! Hope this help! Sorry for the rant I& #39;m just overly concerned with the ingredients the FDA chooses not to tell us on the label! Fresh spice for the people always 💕🦄 #passion #mislabeled #onamission #quality #saltfree #organic #nongmo #paleo #glutenfree #vegan #madewithlove #justspice #dontbuycheapspice
- Wanted to share something with you all you may not know about “supermarket spices”. Products on the shelves of your average grocery chain my have been there for a year or more, and they probably sat in a warehouse up to a year before that. Since the average shelf life of ground spices maxes out around six months, chances are you’re buying stale spices. These spices are generally very poor quality and may contain nasty contaminants. Ground spices from supermarkets may also have other ingredients such as salt, rice or flour mixed in and FDA regulations do not require suppliers to list these add-ins as ingredients. Also, ground spices from warehouses are not required to be free of contaminants.Cheap spices are cheap for a reason. The ASTA (American Spice Trade Association) cleanliness specifications stating that “…it is not possible to grow, harvest, and process crops that are totally free of natural defects”. *What, so let’s just grind them in and sell them? What are these ‘defects’ you may wonder? Well if you really want to know, a few of them are mold, exctreta (yep, that’s 💩), dead insects, rat hairs, wire, string and a list of other ‘foreign matter’. I will also add 20% of these ‘defects’ are considered acceptable in spices. This is one of the reasons I buy everything in whole form and grind them fresh. Please buy from a reputable spice merchant or company. You can also usually tell the quality of a spice/blend by the smell!! Hope this help! Sorry for the rant I'm just overly concerned with the ingredients the FDA chooses not to tell us on the label! Fresh spice for the people always 💕🦄 #passion #mislabeled #onamission #quality #saltfree #organic #nongmo #paleo #glutenfree #vegan #madewithlove #justspice #dontbuycheapspice
- Dinner on the budget 😊 Cooked in 15 min, as always. It is vegan and gluten free. Grate some vegetables that you have in the fridge (I used sweet potato, red onion, orange bell pepper, courgette) and cook them in a Pan with 1 Tbsp coconut oil, salt, pepper, fresh garlic, and ginger. You can add turmeric fresh or powder. Serve with chickpeas pasta and fresh thyme. Very tasty and healthy 👍😋. — — Here for a healthier you.#veganprotein #healthyfood #nutrition #comfortfood #homecooking #organicliving #foodblogger #vegan — #glutenfreenutrition ✅#nutrition 💚#plantbased #veganlife 💚#veganfood 💚#plantpower💚 #cleaneating #poweredbyplants. Eat #freefrom #glutenfree #glutenfreevegan — #nourishingyourbody #colourfulfood #greenfood
- Dinner on the budget 😊 Cooked in 15 min, as always. It is vegan and gluten free. Grate some vegetables that you have in the fridge (I used sweet potato, red onion, orange bell pepper, courgette) and cook them in a Pan with 1 Tbsp coconut oil, salt, pepper, fresh garlic, and ginger. You can add turmeric fresh or powder. Serve with chickpeas pasta and fresh thyme. Very tasty and healthy 👍😋. — — Here for a healthier you #veganprotein #healthyfood #nutrition #comfortfood #homecooking #organicliving #foodblogger #vegan#glutenfreenutrition #nutrition #plantbased #veganlife #veganfood #plantpower 💚 #cleaneating #poweredbyplants . Eat #freefrom #glutenfree #glutenfreevegan#nourishingyourbody #colourfulfood #greenfood
- Dinner on the budget 😊 Cooked in 15 min, as always. It is vegan and gluten free. Grate some vegetables that you have in the fridge (I used sweet potato, red onion, orange bell pepper, courgette) and cook them in a Pan with 1 Tbsp coconut oil, salt, pepper, fresh garlic, and ginger. You can add turmeric fresh or powder. Serve with chickpeas pasta and fresh thyme. Very tasty and healthy 👍😋. — — Here for a healthier you.#veganprotein #healthyfood #nutrition #comfortfood #homecooking #organicliving #foodblogger #vegan — #glutenfreenutrition ✅#nutrition 💚#plantbased #veganlife 💚#veganfood 💚#plantpower💚 #cleaneating #poweredbyplants. Eat #freefrom #glutenfree #glutenfreevegan — #nourishingyourbody #colourfulfood #greenfood

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