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 How do you contain your rubs/spices?

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  • Joined: 7/19/2004
  • Location: Bossier City/Shrevep, LA
How do you contain your rubs/spices? Sun, 07/25/04 11:24 PM (permalink)
I keep mine in Mason-type jars with the name printed out and taped to the outside of the jar. The ones that I make, I print out the recipe and tape it there too so I know how to make that one next time.

What kind of system do you use? Anyone got any "cool" canisters or some very practical ideas for everyone?

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    • Location: Danbury, CT
    RE: How do you contain your rubs/spices? Mon, 07/26/04 7:58 AM (permalink)
    I reuse my old spice containers from the supermarket. I just remove the label and send them through the dishwasher. Then when I make a spice mix I have a shaker top container ready for them. I use a sharpie to label the container.

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      • Location: Ft. Wayne, IN
      RE: How do you contain your rubs/spices? Mon, 07/26/04 9:55 AM (permalink)
      The best way to store spices is to use glass...just like you are doing. Keep in dark spot and try to keep temps stable.
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