commercial wet spices

  • Spices: Rubs & Shakes | Traeger Wood Fired Grills

    Shake things up or rub 'em down -- our signature spices enhance any meat or vegetable you cook on your Traeger. Heat up the grill and throw on the flavor. Whether you're looking for the perfect rub for your poultry, or something for your beef, pork, or fish, there's a flavor for every protein.

  • Dry Chinese Spices and Condiments | The Woks of Life

    Dry Chinese Spices and Condiments Dry Chinese Spices is definitely a category of its own, and we tried to make just a small dent in the vast amount of spices and herbs used in Chinese cuisine by listing some of the ones we use most often in our kitchen.

  • Commercial wet & dry grinders - Jas enterprise

    Our commercial wet and dry pulverizer are used for grinding different types of product like spices, fresh ginger, salt, garlic, sugar, fresh fruits, vegetables, beetle nuts, leaves, oil cake, cattle and poultry feeds, icing sugar, custard powder, instant food, food colours and allied food production.

  • How to Sell My Own Seasonings | Chron

    Bottling herbs and spices into your own seasonings and selling them can be a rewarding and profitable business venture. According to Entrepreneur, the average cost to start an herb and spice business is between $2,000 and $10,000. This type of business can be run out of a home, which can drastically reduce startup costs.

  • The Best Grinder for Indian Spices - Chowhound

    Mar 07, 2014 · The Best Grinder for Indian Spices. Popular solutions include a blade-type electric coffee grinder and an old-fashioned mortar and pestle like my Indian aunts still use. I wanted to find the best, most efficient grinder—especially for Indian cooking, lush with spices—so I put these two types to the test along with a third,...