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Storing Spices

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Post by Lobo on Thu 26 Jan 2017, 10:17 pm

Storing Spices

Keep your spices tightly sealed in a cool, dark place.
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Be Careful Where You Store
Mind a Spice’s Shelf Life
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Spices are sensitive to
light, heat and moisture, so
make sure to keep them
stowed away in a drawer
or cupboard far away from
the stove and sunlight. Be
sure to measure spices
with dry spoons, and
always close containers
tightly after use.
Spice shelf life depends
on the spice and whether
it’s whole or ground, but
all spices will lose flavor
and color over time.
Whole spices can last up
to two years, while ground
spices lose their punch
within a year. Your best
way to know for sure is to
smell it; it should have a
pronounced aroma.
 
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Pro Tip: Avoid Shaking
Spices into Your Pan!
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Don’t shake spices
directly into a pot or a
pan when cooking;
exposing your spice jar to
heat and moisture can
lead to flavor loss and
caking. Instead, shake the
amount you need into a
measuring spoon or onto
the palm of your hand.
 
 
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“The biggest spice mistake people make is to put
powdered spices in hot oil. Whole spices can be fried in oil;
powders turn very bitter because they burn too fast.”
—Vikas Khanna

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