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What is a good substitute for turmeric if I am out of it when cooking ?
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I think I may have added too much cumin seed in my curry sauce last night and it has this dry ...
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Sometimes I end up with a way too spicy/hot dish. You can always pour a bit water and try to d...
  • Spicy Girl asked 3 years ago
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I have a small electric coffee mill and am wondering if it is suitable to grind my spices when re...
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What’s the best way to store spices?
  • The Cook asked 3 years ago
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I recently watched a cooking show, and in one of the recipes the instruction was to put the sp...
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I have found that after adding ground pepper (any type, colour, or heat level), some dishes se...
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What’s the difference between regular, Hungarian, sweet, hot, Spanish, and smoked paprika?
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