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  • BGWolf
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    I get all my shakers and sauce bottles (bar towels, aluminum trays, etc.) at my local Resturant supply store. 6 squeeze bottles were less than $1 each. Nice stainless shakers were about $3.50. If you can find one near you you will save a ton of money on supplies and accessories.

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  • Marauderer
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    Are you happy with the products you get from "Spice Barn". If you get spices are you pleased with the freshness and quality?

  • FLBuckeye
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    No, I don't have a laser printer. Emailed the Avery template for my labels to my local U.P.S. store and they printed the labels at a nominal cost on the labels I gave them. The ink on the labels I printed at home with my inkjet printer ran once the bottle went into the fridge.

  • Ernest
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    I use Hermetic jars for my sauces and large glass jars, stubbed the lids myself to turn them into shakers, for my rubs. Use plastic cling wrap with the lid for airtight storage.

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  • jrobertson50
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    wow thanks for the info about spice barn. they have exactly what i need and cheap.

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  • pizza67
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    I just recycle the large spice containers, they all have a shaker top, though they differ depending on the spice.

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  • IrondeQuer
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    When I'm in my local spice shop, I just add a few containers to the spices I'm buying. They have several sizes and the prices aren't horrible.

    You can probably get them from online spice stores as well. I got a bunch through Spice Barn at one point last year.

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  • jrobertson50
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    Awesome. i will have to look through everyone's links. Thanks for sharing.

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  • jrobertson50
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    thats what i have been doing. but i really want a shaker. so i can make a bunch at once.

  • jrobertson50
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    yeah thats the rumor on the internet anyways

  • bocefuss
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    I save spice containers from HEB (my local grocer) and re-purpose them as rub shakers. There is a local spice vendors with big containers here in Texas and these are the best when using to rub up a big load of meat. I have 4 or 5 ready to go when needed
    Last edited by bocefuss; July 22, 2014, 07:16 PM.

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  • Huskee
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    You print them at home? Regular iink adheres better to these labels, is that what you mean?

  • FLBuckeye
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    The link to the 5 oz. bottles...

    Purchase Clear Glass Woozy Bottles w/ Red Ribbed Lined Caps & Orifice Reducers, Wholesale and Bulk

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  • FLBuckeye
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    My wife works for the local school system so I get all sorts of spice containers for my rubs, chili powders, and other stuff. For my sauces (especially my Controlled Burn hot sauce) I use this company.

    I use the Avery laser labels (ink won't run like the inkjet ones) 9 to a page. Got them on Amazon for around $12 for 90, will last a long time

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  • Huskee
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    I too use a parmesan cheese container, and I have 2 large spice containers that have the larger sifter holes. Work excellent for me.

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