You know how to grow your own spices and even how to create custom made spice rubs as well as marinates; now we’ll talk about great spice storage ideas!
Whether you picked too much spice from the garden or you created your own secret meat rub, keep your spices stored in the pantry or kitchen so they are always within easy reach.
Many spices are sensitive to direct sunlight and intense heat, so they should be stored in a cool, dark area that is still within easy reach of your prep area. The best places to store your spices are inside cabinets and drawers, which keeps spices within easy reach. You can also store spices on a counter top away from any windows.
Keep all your excess fresh herbs stored away until you can use them with the Progressive fresh herb keeper. The water reservoir offers hydration for stored herbs, ensuring they stay fresh for several days in the refrigerator. Now you can keep fresh herbs readily available so you can enjoy fresh basil, rosemary and other spices in your signature dishes.
If you like to create your own spice mixtures and meat rubs, you need a convenient place to store your concoctions. Our spice balls provide tons of storage space to store large amounts of spice mixtures so you can keep a large quantity of herbs on hand. You can store smaller spice mixtures in our spice shakers, which allows you to sprinkle your favorite mixture over steaming plates of food.
Salt and pepper
Fresh herbs and custom-made mixtures are all well and good, but who has the time to do that everyday? The bread and butter of every meal are still salt and pepper, but you can still spice up your meal with freshly ground salt and pepper. A dual action salt and pepper grinder allows you to season your meals with fresh spice, without breaking out the expensive herbs. Simply fill the grinder with pink salt and pepper corns and with a flick of the wrist you can experience freshly ground spices without going to a lot of trouble.
So whether you are plucking your spices from the garden, mixing up your own concoctions, or cheating and buying herbs from the supermarket, keep them easily accessible while cooking to spice up your meals.
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Mary Joesten is a content writer for Organize It, Stacks & Stacks and the Organization Store.