Spice 101: spices that you can’t be without



It’s time for a small spice guide for all you kitchen enthusiasts. You’d always go to the spice section of a grocery store and you wonder, “Which spices should I be hauling now?” You bought a lot last time but you haven’t even gotten them out of the storage in your kitchen shelf for months now. So you don’t want to waste more shelf space for spices that you won’t be using.

Here is a quick rundown of which spices to buy.

Spices for your kitchen


For: anything, really

Health benefits: anti-inflammatory, increase bile production for organ detox

Spice tip: check for high curcumin content and organic if possible


For: cooking beans or any other legumes

Health benefits: alleviate production of gas, improves digestion

Spice tip: use only 1/4 teaspoon for cooking


For: coffee, tea, etc.

Health benefits: improves circulation, regulation of hormones and body temperature

Spice tip: use Ceylon cinnamon, it’s healthier

Red chili

For: anything that you want to be spicy and hot

Health benefits: boost metabolism

Spice tip: add a pinch to anything


Here is an ultimate grocery guide to buying spices. Don’t forget to add in your grocery list turmeric, cinnamon, red chili powder, and asafoetida. You need all the health benefits that you can get from these spices! 😀

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  • Cindy Ruiz says:

    What on earth is an asafoeidandajsdbsajdhsad? ? I can’t cook complicated stuff. Now I’m looking at complicated ingredients?

  • Eileen Garner says:

    CINNAMON is really great in coffee. I can literally make my own Starbucks at home thanks to it.

  • Mona Barker says:

    Spices are easy to incorporate into our meals because you could hardly notice them being healthy. It’s actually an amazing thing.

    • Elsie Reid says:

      I love adding spices to our meals, I didn’t even know it was healthy because it tasted like sin!

  • There’s actually turmeric tea being sold for medicinal purposes. I’m not sure if it’s the same thing as the usual spice because I haven’t tasted it.

  • Faye Smith says:

    I would rather read something than watch a youtube video. I highly appreciate contents that are well-written.

  • Tricia Ramos says:

    Red chili really does boost metabolism. That’s why eating something spicy makes you want to go to the bathroom almost immediately.

  • Jodi Thil says:

    My family (my kids mostly) don’t like these spices in their food, especially turmeric. It would be great for them to have the health benefits of it but if they don’t like how it tastes, I wouldn’t force them.

    • Ana Brose says:

      It’s nothing major, so don’t sweat it. As long as you give them healthy food- they’re all good.

  • Maxine Cox says:

    Cinnamon is probably the most acceptable thing here and red chili.

  • Leona Palmer says:

    I didn’t even know that there’s such a thing called organic turmeric.

  • Deanna Harper says:

    I love everything with chili, I guess my metabolism is all good!!

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