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Want To Make Your Own Seasonings?

You won’t regret this, and it is a lot easier than you might think at first.

With garlic, jalepenos, habeneros, onions, bell peppers, and more, I’ve been able to improve the flavors of my dishes with a little bit of extra effort and a couple extra pieces of gear.

If you’ve already got a knife and cutting board, then you’ve already got half the equipment.

Once you slice up your soon-to-be seasoning, you’re going to need a dehydrator to remove all the moisture and get it ready for grinding.

I started off with a old school dehydrator but upgraded to a nesco one that I absolutely love for around $50

It does look like the prices has increased a bit over the years but I still feel at $75 it is a great value because you can and will use it for a lot more than just seasonings. (you can even make your own raisins, jerky, fruit roll ups, and more with this, no joke)

Once you’ve got your dehydration step complete, you can pulverize it to a dust or leave it whole.

I picked up this grinder because it was small enough to not take up a lot of space, and still powerful enough to make all the seasonings I could possibly throw at it for me, my family, and my friends.

Then get yourself a nice little set of seasoning jars and package em up!

I’ve really enjoyed these seasonings vs the store bought varieties, and will probably cry if I ever have to go back to using store bought stuff.

I’m still only doing the basic seasonings too, these can get you into better herbs & spices.

If you’re looking to step up your seasoning game this is definitely a step in the right direction.