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Old 09-15-2016, 09:20 AM   #1
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You can find it here ......

A thread to share links to cooking "stuffs" - ingredients such as Oils, Vinegars, Spices and Specialty ingredients (powdered vinegar, powdered wine, powdered cheese, etc.). Or other useful resources.

I have seen people myself included post links for all kinds of great stuff and forget to make note of it then can't find the thread again.

Please post your favorite sites to purchase foodie goodies. And if possible a brief list of what you can find there (especially if it is out of the ordinary) and any perks.

Here are a few to start:

For spices, herbs and specialty items including powdered cheese and powdered vinegars to name a few among much more.

My Spice Sage - offers free shipping most times and allows you to choose a 1 oz. free sample with most orders.

Distilled White Vinegar Powder
Apple Cider Vinegar Powder


For powdered wines

Spices Etc.

Wine Powders, Burgundy
Wine Powders, Chablis
Wine Powders, Sherry
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Old 09-15-2016, 10:10 AM   #2
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Spices and some spice blends: www.penzeys.com (except salt, peppercorns and vanilla extract). High quality and they always include a free sample.

Specialty olive oils and vinegars: www.savortheolive.com
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I hope this is the proper forum for this.
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Old 09-15-2016, 10:27 AM   #4
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I hope this is the proper forum for this.
Sure looks like it to me.
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Old 09-15-2016, 01:12 PM   #5
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Thanks `msmofet......this is a great thread to start.......``````
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Old 09-15-2016, 01:13 PM   #6
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and `i will certainly be ordering the vinegar powders!!!
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Old 09-15-2016, 01:23 PM   #7
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`now, y'all don't get mad with me.....but if you're into essential oils, etc., or if you want to buy stuff to make soaps, perfumes, candles, etc., then `i can also recommend Aromatherapy.com.....they have also the cheapest prices for argan oil, etc......if you want to keep ants out of your mailboxes or off your counters then a cotton ball soaked with clove oil will do the trick......as well as smelling nice and keeping sore gums/tooth at bay until you get to the dentist.......love it! And lavender oil in your closets and drawers smell wonderful......peppermint oil on your hands will wake you up as well as smell nice......oh, gosh, the list could go on.....
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The powdered Burgundy, is just exactly what I need for a substitution for making Beef Bourguignon for a family that chooses not to use alcohol in their foods. Hip hip hooray, that will be easy to pack for when we visit them.
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The powdered Burgundy, is just exactly what I need for a substitution for making Beef Bourguignon for a family that chooses not to use alcohol in their foods. Hip hip hooray, that will be easy to pack for when we visit them.
Glad your happy.
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Glad your happy.
Thank you. I guess I should have said that I'm blissful.
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