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What is your must have spice for cooking?

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Thank you comment icon A must have is garlic powder for me, hands down second i would have to go with onion powder. Saliah
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Frank’s Answer

Well salt is the obvious one. That is needed for EVERYTHING including most desserts.

But for me an additional spice / flavor, Garlic (salt or powder)

also NOT really a spice, but I also really like sherry. great in cream sauces
Thank you comment icon Thank you, Frank! Angel
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Alissa’s Answer

Great question! I love to use Lemon, whether spicing my food or creating a dressing or marinade. Gives everything an added zesty flavor
Thank you comment icon That's true thank you for the reply. Angel
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Terica’s Answer

Hello! Oh, this one is tough! If I had to pick just one, I would say Garlic Powder. However, I love Smoked Paprika and Onion Powder as well!

Happy Cooking!
TJ
Thank you comment icon Thank you for answering my question they are all good spices. Angel
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Tyler’s Answer

It depends on the cuisine. The must have spice is a spice you truly understand. Study it, experiment, and research it. Every spice will be your must have.
Thank you comment icon I appreciate this, thank you for the advice. Angel
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Anna’s Answer

My favorite spice is garlic. I really like garlic sauce. Please note that there are different kinds of garlic. In my opinion Polish garlic is the best one!
Thank you comment icon Thank you for taking your time to answer my question and for the new information about garlic that is not something i knew. Angel
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Ashley’s Answer

There are a lot of good spices listed already, so I'll pick something different: CUMIN is a great spice and used across many different cuisines (Mexican, Chinese, Indian, etc.). It has a deep, earthy flavor, and pairs really well with many proteins and also root vegetables!
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