Protect your spices.

Your spice cabinet is an investment so take care of its contents by following these tips:

  •  Don’t store dried spices and herbs above the stove or on the counter next to the stove. Store them in a cool, dark place away from the heat in a tightly sealed container.
  •  Store red spices, like chili powder, in the refrigerator to help retain color and flavor.
  •  When you open a new package of a spice or herb, write the date on it. Generally, your spice will last a year. After that they start losing flavor.
  •  Buy the smallest amount possible if it’s a spice or herb you seldom use.
  •  To get the most flavor from a dried herbs rub them between your fingertips.

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