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8X Spice wheel
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Mike Barney
(eaglemb) - F

Locale: AZ, the Great Southwest!
8X Spice wheel on 06/29/2008 12:47:03 MDT Print View

We're a little short on time, but need a wide variety spice wheel with salt, pepper, etc spices for a trek starting this coming weekend. Does anyone has any suggestions on where we could find one quickly? Our local REI is out.


Jack H.
(Found) - F

Locale: Sacramento, CA
spice wheel on 06/29/2008 12:52:54 MDT Print View

I'd think that going in to your kitchen - or supermarket - would be faster than going to an outdoor store.

Michael Crosby
(djjmikie) - MLife

Locale: Ky
RE: Spice Wheel on 06/29/2008 13:23:24 MDT Print View

Many of us use these to store spices in. Cheap and effective.

Edited by djjmikie on 06/30/2008 08:55:21 MDT.

Mike Barney
(eaglemb) - F

Locale: AZ, the Great Southwest!
Spice Wheel found on 06/29/2008 17:06:19 MDT Print View

looks like a hybrid approach is going to work.


Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
RE: Spice Wheel on 06/29/2008 19:44:50 MDT Print View

Yep: local craft store or Walmart bead section to get said bags. Then fill out of kitchen or go to store with bulk herb section. Load up.

(PS: one should cycle through herbs and spices every 6 months for best taste anyways! So get new ones!)