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    According to Nevada researchers, many imported hot sauces being sold in the United States exceed FDA standards for safe levels of lead.

    http://news.msn.com/science-technolo...levels-of-lead

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    the one thing i counted on to mask my food and you ruined it. thanks. why does every country except the US insert lead and other metals into the food and ship to the US?

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    Tobasco - made in the USA since 1868. They are giving away a gallon jug every year.

    http://www.tabasco.com/mcilhenny-com...ns-promotions/

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    The only additional flavoring my food gets is when I drop it on the ground before eating it, never carried any spices to this point but do plan to add a little spice to my life next time out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odd Man Out View Post
    Tobasco - made in the USA since 1868. They are giving away a gallon jug every year.

    http://www.tabasco.com/mcilhenny-com...ns-promotions/
    Cool, a 50 cent coupon too....on any size bottle...I like the mini bottle for for the back country kitchen, green sauce.

    thanks Odd Man Out

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    After a few hikes I guessing that folks are not cook'in much.
    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

    Woo

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    Mrs. Dash some hot sauce and thatís about it.

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    I have like, a dozen spices, in these stupid little plastic screw-top-lid pill pods. I thought it would be great to have the option to spice things up. Carried them on a couple section hikes and regretted the weight and space. Why, oh why, didn't I go to a Hobby Lobby and get a pack of those little tiny ziplock bags? They weigh nothing and take up no space. I'm going out tonight to get some. Thanks for the inspiration!

    BTW:

    black pepper
    ancho pepper
    garlic powder
    onion powder
    red pepper flakes
    cinnamon
    curry
    five spice
    oregano
    basil
    paprika
    mustard powder

    Quote Originally Posted by jingle jangle View Post
    spiCes &herbs : so light! so versatile! they can really change a meal in
    just a PINCH!

    I'm curious...
    what's in YOUR spice kit?

    are you the salt& pepper only type?
    is garlic a necessity?
    what can't you hit the trail without?


    PEACE&
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    Spices are added as fresh ingredients on trail or added to prepackaged foods and mailed. I prefer fresh ginger, green onions or shallot, a garlic clove, turmeric, fresh ginseng(whenever I can legally get it), a small piece of whole Himalayan pink rock salt a bit smaller than a golf ball which is rasped into food, maybe some non MSG soy sauce, and perhaps some fresh parsley, cilantro, and dill on trail bought along the way. Dried or freeze dried parsley, even if it's Italian flat leaf, cilantro, and dill has much less flavor.

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