MUST-HAVE SPICES FOR VEGAN COOKING | an inside look at my spice cabinet

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In today’s video, I’m taking you inside my spice cabinet and sharing my top 10 must-have spices for vegan cooking! These are the spices I use most in my own cooking for increasing flavor!

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– Cinnamon: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-cinnamon-2-45-oz
– Garlic Powder: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-garlic-powder-3-64-oz
– Turmeric: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-ground-turmeric-root-2-38-oz
– Chili Powder: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-chili-powder-2-89-oz
– Italian Seasoning: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-italian-seasoning-0-95-oz
– Cumin: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-cumin-seed-ground-2-31-oz
– Cayenne: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-cayenne-pepper-2-89-oz
– Smoked Paprika: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-smoked-paprika-2-72-oz
– Nutmeg: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-nutmeg-ground-2-30-oz
– Curry Powder: https://www.simplyorganic.com/simply-organic-curry-powder-3-00-oz

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Comments

esther ns says:

Nutmeg is native Indonesian spice, and Indonesian people use it mainly for cooking, soup, stew, etc. We bake with it too, but not as much we use it for cooking. Sorry, sounds weird to me when I see Western people call it for baking n weird for cooking when it's originally use for cooking

Remona Alusi says:

I like it but do have mustard powder & how to make it $thanks

Amanda Victoria says:

What about coriander? I've seen it in so many vegan recipes.

Siddhanta ସିଦ୍ଧାନ୍ତ says:

Dry roasted ground sesam and dry roasted ground coriander seeds are also amazing 👍

YemaneTsadik68 says:

I THINK YOU FORGOT GINGER

Natasha Lindner says:

Thanks, not vegetarian completely yet but I am trying to be healthier and need more spices in my diet.

Tee Dawg says:

All of your videos are great. They are some of the most helpful vegan videos I've seen around.

Dylan Sayamouangkhua says:

she literally said the same thing for each spice

Ray Dominguez says:

Simply Quinoa you are beautiful

Armando Pina says:

Spice companies lobbied to sell cassia as cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon and Mexican Camels are the true cinnamon. They are more nuanced and more beneficial than cassia. Cassia in large amounts is bad for the liver.

Mexican stores sell cinnamon sticks for under $2. You can grind and sift it yourself.

I also like Spice Hunter's brand of Italian Seasoning. That's my secret guacamole ingredient

Leonardo DiCuckrio says:

you are hot

Hakeem Shabazz says:

Simply out of my price range!

Manoj Shukla says:

Dear mam which you form country please reply?

The Ingredient Encyclopedia says:

Definitely agree on all of these but especially on smoked paprika! I think it makes a great substitute for the flavor of cured meats

Georgio Dukes says:

You absolutely looove popcorn 🍿 I see

NerdCore GreekFan says:

Curry Powder
Nutmeg
Smoked Paprika
Cayenne
Cumin
Italian Seasoning
Chili Powder
Turmeric
Garlic Powder
Cinnamon

Amazing Neeti says:

Thanks for this superb video.

Ian Taylor says:

Don't waste your money, go to an Asian Grocery store and buy whole spices, you can grind or crush as needed, they are a quarter of the price and whole spices have 5 times the shelf life.

Keithz100 says:

I make my own spices

Lydia V says:

Yep. 8/9 wooo

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