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Just a reminder to all . Don't forget spices when you are getting your preps up. Salt, pepper is the first thing that comes to mind for most , but there is a lot of different spices out there that can spice up a bland meal.
Don't forget when you go to fast food resturants to get extra condiments along with extra knife, fork , spoons .
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Mrs Dash makes a chipolte mix that is really good. It has just enough heat, but with tons of awesome flavor. I sprinkle it on things straight, like burgers, hot dogs, chicken breast, soup, etc.
 

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I must have tabasco sauce in my kit. Also, does anyone know of a good way of vacuum sealing spices to keep them fresh in a BOB?I am afraid that if I use my hand-pump sealer, it would just pull the spice out of the bag along with the air. I considered using film canisters, since they are tight-sealing, but there would still be some air trapped in the cases which could cause the spices to "go flat".
 

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Currently I store my spices that I harvest from my own Herb garden in pint mason jars. Using the vacuum sealer, put the metal lid on and use the jar attachment. I keep them in a cool dry cupboard and can reseal when needed. I keep the smaller jars for daily use and wash them out for reuse.

By the way, you can buy powdered Worchtershire and A1 through backpack supply companies.

Something new I have done this year is to harvest and dry my Jalapenos. I then use a coffee mill to grind them into a medium/fine powder. Spices up a meal really good.
 

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dont forge the garlic powder. name me one food that isnt better with garlic.

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