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Does the cost of dry herbs indicate quality?

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OliviaStabler Sun 18-Mar-18 11:54:43

I was shopping recently for some dry herbs, and I saw a varied price range for what is essentially the same thing. Do you get a better product by paying more or is the price simply for the brand it is attached to?

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whatareyoueatingNOW Sun 18-Mar-18 12:27:42

I'm my experience- mostly no. With some exceptions- cheap paprika is pointless, ready mixed garam masalas, zaaatar, cinnamon sticks are better, garlic/onion salts.

Cumin, coriander, turmeric, ginger etc and dried herbs are much of a muchness imo

OliviaStabler Sun 18-Mar-18 13:54:58

Thanks.

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JiltedJohnsJulie Tue 20-Mar-18 12:31:19

Think I agree with what. I’ve stopped buying branded ones and either get them from the local Asian store, the market or Lidl. Honestly can’t tell the difference.

pupchewsleg Tue 20-Mar-18 12:53:07

DH used to work for a large spice manufacturer. They also packed supermarket brands. In particular Aldi, Waitrose and Lidl were really hot on quality - they were the same quality as the big brand.

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