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@Kim Shook 

 

Penzey's granulated powders are the best.

 

its important to keep them well sealed , as they lump up after a while.

 

since i have a VacSealer , I put most of the 8 oz in a Vac'd bag , and keep a little out

 

in one of those small spice containers.  works well.

 

sometimes I cut a Vac Bag in 1/2 , as this smaller bag works better.  seal the new edge and

 

then the powder.   BTW I save 4 cents along the way !

rotuts

rotuts

@Kim Shook 

 

Penzey's granulated powders are the best.

 

its important to keep them well sealed , as they lump up after a while.

 

since i have a VacSealer , I put most of the 8 oz in a Vac'd bag , and keep a little out

 

in one of those small spice containers.  works well.

 

sometimes I cut a Vac Bag in 1/2 , as it works better.  seal the new edge and

 

then the powder.   BTW I save 4 cents along the way !

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