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Southern Arizona Preppers Message Board › Spice it up!

Spice it up!

user 10746910
Phoenix, AZ
Post #: 79
I shared this information quite some time back, but wanted to repose again, as many new members have joined. Don’t forget to have a good supply of spices, herbs, & blends in your food stores!

Here are two places that I have located that sell in bulk and offer some pretty good prices.
They sell a lot of items by the pound. Go in with another person if a pound is too much for you.
One of them is in Phoenix, and the other is on line.

Sahuaro Spice Company
3611 N. 34th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85017

Firehouse Pantry

They both offer some really great items, like Powdered Balsamic Vinegar, Lime Power..etc..
Now is a really good time to experiment with dry spices, herbs and blends and create a recipe that you and your family really like. Document your Recipe, print out copy and then store your dry items in oxygen free, dry - cool area and have them ready to go!
user 72519982
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 41
Hi Sandra :-) Thanks for the information. I buy some of my spices at Firehouse Pantry and also through Spice Barn. I tried the link to Sahuaro Spice but it's a broken link so it doesn't go through :(
user 10746910
Phoenix, AZ
Post #: 80
Hi Ronni,
I just tried link to Sahuaro Spice and it works ..maybe their server/host was down..
I'll visit Spice Barn - Thank you for the tip.
A former member
Post #: 104

Thank you Ronni. Some nice "copy cat" recipes here from Firehouse
Tucson, AZ
Post #: 27
Awesome, but I just wanted to add that if your looking to buy bulk spices (like the basics of basil etc) check out the Co-Op on 4th ave, their prices are competitive from what I have found plus what they carry is generally organice.
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