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    I get a lot of my spices from Penzey's Spices. They seem to be reasonably priced and they have a terrific selection! They have some pre-mixed spices, and in some cases the mix has sugar, so if you're looking at a pre-mix, check all the ingredients. They list 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    I get a lot of my spices from Penzey's Spices. They seem to be reasonably priced and they have a terrific selection! They have some pre-mixed spices, and in some cases the mix has sugar, so if you're looking at a pre-mix, check all the ingredients. They list 'em.
    Penzey's just opened a store within walking distance of my house. I am one of their best customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Penzey's just opened a store within walking distance of my house. I am one of their best customers.
    I'm jealous! They don't have any stores anywhere near me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    I'm jealous! They don't have any stores anywhere near me!
    Penzey's "Vindaloo" mix might be a good one for the OP to explore curry without burning off tastebuds with something too spicy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Penzey's "Vindaloo" mix might be a good one for the OP to explore curry without burning off tastebuds with something too spicy.
    I dunno ..
    Over here.. Vindaloo is code for "exscuciatingly painful death by lava burns"
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinoHunter View Post
    I dunno ..
    Over here.. Vindaloo is code for "exscuciatingly painful death by lava burns"
    Pensey's is pretty tame but then I like things spicy so my idea of tame.....

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    Pensey's is a great spice place, but beware of pre-made mixes as many have nightshades (peppers). This is why I usually work from scratch and just use black pepper to adjust for heat. I have been amazed at how hot just black pepper can make a dish! Tumeric and cumin are great additions. I think you need to just start playing in the kitchen to discover what you might like.

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    Make a sweet curry instead of a hot curry
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    Here's my recipe for yellow curry. I too don't do well with nightshades...or garlic/onion.

    Ingredients:
    1.5 tsp minced/ crushed fresh ginger
    1 heaping tsp generic yellow curry powder (turmeric, cumin, and some other stuff)
    2-3 tbsp Olive/coconut oil
    1 can coconut milk
    4 med carrots diced
    5 oz fresh spinach
    1 lb diced meat
    salt and pepper to taste

    Method:
    In a 3 quart sauce pan
    Heat oil
    Add curry powder and fresh ginger
    Sauté for around 30 seconds (extract favors into the oil)
    Add coconut milk and carrots
    Simmer 5 minutes
    Add meat
    Simmer 3 minutes
    Add spinach
    Simmer 2 minutes
    Add salt and pepper
    Done!
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