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Before I ask my question, I want to ask: Is antipyretic suppository available at Vitamin Shoppe in the U.S.?.

My main question is: I want to buy some seasonings. I've just started, but I haven't liked the food very much. I'm changing my order to include more of the things I like for next time, but I was wondering if anyone could recommend seasonings. I don't really have much here and I don't know what to buy..

Thanks..

Comments (19)

Your question was: Is antipyretic suppository available at Vitamin Shoppe in the U.S.?.

I like to add a little nutmeg to the mac and cheese. Cumin and chili powder are good for the mexican dishes. I also have some paprika that I use on veggies. There is a brand of grinders that has an Italian blend. I can't remember the brand but that is really good...

Comment #1

I use a lot of onion and garlic powder. I like things spicy, so cayenne or a dash of hot pepper sauce is good too. A good Italian seasoning blend is great for the pasta dishes. Play around, have fun. It's like real cooking..

Comment #2

I think that i'll try the nutmeg next time, thanks...

Comment #3

My 3 favorites is Tabasco Chipotle sauce, red pepper flakes and not spicy but really good is Spice Island Rosemary Garlic Grinder!..

Comment #4

A seasoning that I love to use on salads and on veggies is Spike. It contains a lot of different ingredients...

Comment #5

I like spicy food so I use garlic pepper on almost everything!..

Comment #6

One that I love but it does contain salt is "Durkee" Grill Creations-Citrus Grill. Great on Vegetables!!!.

Schipperkegirl..

Comment #7

Creamy type noodles or soups or anything with chicken ...try garlic or onion powder, or greek seasoning or curry (mild) powder, or Mrs. Dash seasonings or Laughing Cow light herb and cheese wedge..

Mexican type lunches or dinners...tabasco sauce, chili powder or adobo seasoning..cilantro (fresh or dried).....pickled jalapeno's; taco sauce. etc.

Italian or tomato based soups or meals go well with italian seasoning, or basil (fresh is best, but dried is good)...garlic or garlic powder....

Just some ideas!..

Comment #8

I am going to look into the Ms. Dash's seasonings. I believe there are some salt free ones out there. I like the tobassco idea and will begin to use that on my eggs (yumm)..

Comment #9

Mrs Dash has some wonderful different varieties. My favs are Italian and Garlic...

Comment #10

I like to add a little nutmeg to the mac and cheese. Cumin and chili powder are good for the mexican dishes. I also have some paprika that I use on veggies. There is a brand of grinders that has an Italian blend. I can't remember the brand but that is really good...

Comment #11


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