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Unread 09-16-2013, 01:45 PM   #16
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Sounds like online ordering from Penzey's in particular is a forum favorite.

Now I just need to find some of those big, plastic shakers to store everything in.

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Unread 09-16-2013, 01:48 PM   #17
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If I was doing bulk, I would probably use Penzeys. Although we have a place called Santos Spice Company here in San Leandro, that does a lot of commercial spice sales.
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It depends, If I need something quick I jut swing by the grocery store. If I want larger sizes I'll go to Penzeys, Sam's or gfs.
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I've been pretty happy with my purchases from here: http://www.sfherb.com/
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I get mine at the local farmer's market. Best prices by far in the metro-Atlanta area.
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i have used www.myspicesage.com for some hard to find spices. Free shipping and good service overall
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I go to Costco! I get the "McCormick Gourmet" spices in large containers there and they have great prices on them! I've gotten smoked paprika, coarse black pepper, chili powder, red pepper flakes and lots more and they average from about $4.00 to about $6.00 each based on size but they're all much larger than what you get at the grocery store.
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Penzey's is the place to go. Great service and fresh spices. Used them for years.
+1 for Penzeys, I'm fortunate enough to have a store locally but you can order online.
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+1 for Penzeys, I'm fortunate enough to have a store locally but you can order online.
And the place smells amazing
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ok I just did a quick check at the Penzys website and My Spice Sage

I looked for Turbinado Sugar since I order it from My Spice. Its a pretty popular sugar to use in rubs. And its free shipping on orders $10 or more, less than $10 there is a $3 fee.

I do not see it on the Penzys site?
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Count me as another fan of the http://www.thespicehouse.com/
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I grow my own herbs and spices and dry them so I know I have a consistant product. Yeah, thats what I do . Ok, I get mine at Sam's too.
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nutmeg spice company . they sell in many stores up here in the northeast .

shaker sized jars and awesome fresh spices . wicked low prices too :)

there's a dealer 11.5 mis from you in Greer

http://nutmegspice.co/index.html
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This place does mail order (and, I believe, Amazon) but they are only about 20 minutes from me. I stop by fairly often and pick up my stranger spices from them. Super nice folks and they carry an amazing array of spices and powders.

http://www.spicespecialist.com/

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Another happy Penzey's customer.
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