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Schwartz 24 Jar Spice Rack - 17.99 @ Netto

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Schwartz 24 Jar Spice Rack - 17.99 @ Netto from monday, nice.
page 5 on the leaflet
think you get these:
Chives, Coriander, Basil, Ground Ginger, Thyme, Ground Cumin, Oregano, Curry Powder, Marjoram, Paprika, Rosemary, Ground Nutmeg, Parsley Flat Leaf, Whole Cloves, Sage, Ground Cinnamon, Mixed Herbs, Chilli Powder, Mint, Turmeric, Herbes de Provence, Cayenne Chilli Pepper, Italian Herbs & Mixed Spice.
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#1
spice...nice
#2
no netto here but hot
#3
nice and spicy good price
#4
The rack and all them spices, damn thats hot!
#5
Any Saffron jars in the deal?
#6
I bought one of these years ago. Can't rememer the price now, but looks like a good deal. Have only refilled them with herbs/spices from the local market though as Schwartz are way too expensive/
#7
Use the Schwartz!
#8
It's a nice rack aye.


However, if you really want to save money instead I'd pop down your local asian market. You'll get a lot more herbs and spice for your money. Then buy some jars.
banned#9
sotomonkey;8218834
It's a nice rack aye.


However, if you really want to save money instead I'd pop down your local asian market. You'll get a lot more herbs and spice for your money. Then buy some jars.

too right!

Schwartz star anise - 15g for £1.69 at tescos

I paid 79p for 50g so schwartz is about 7 times the price!
1 Like #10
Who's seen Michael McIntyre's new show?...

My name is fiiiive spiiiice and I am better dan awl of you :)

Pure quality.
#11
Its very similar to the one i got in Lidl about two years ago but mine was only two shelves and i paid about 7 quid i think. This is hot price for all those spices plus the rack.
#12
instead I'd pop down your local asian super market. save money
#13
abba
instead I'd pop down your local asian super market. save money


True them market prices cant be beaten, but its good to keep up with the Jones' lol
#14
For once not a bad selection of herbs and spices too - good deal.
#15
Schwartz is massively overpriced and the jars are very small. Also it's a bad idea to expose herbs and spices to light as they degrade quickly. So although this might look pretty in your kitchen it's a much better idea to keep spices in a cupboard if you want them to last longer.
banned#16
bigsky;8219310
Schwartz is massively overpriced and the jars are very small. Also it's a bad idea to expose herbs and spices to light as they degrade quickly. So although this might look pretty in your kitchen it's a much better idea to keep spices in a cupboard if you want them to last longer.

yeah, the jars are really badly designed and you cant fit a teaspoon in them or even a 1/2 tsp measuring spoon so you end up having to pour them.
#17
A decorative item.

Tiny overpriced jars are not much use to serious cooks.
#18
nihcaj
A decorative item.

Tiny overpriced jars are not much use to serious cooks.


Serious cooks aren't going to use dried herbs anyway.
#19
tomofwight
Use the Schwartz!


Merchandising! Merchandising!
#20
Dont waste your money. There's very little in each jar; your seldom use the majority of them; they deteriorate rapidly in a bright, hot, steamy kitchen; the jars get greasy after a while and look tatty; it certainly won't give your visitors the impression you're a culinary artist just because you have a pretty palatte of herbs and spices. Those that you use regularly would be better bought from the likes of Asian supermarkets in decent quantities and kept in a cool dark cupboard. Buy a print of a rack and stick it on your wall if you want something pretty to look at but don't bother with this.
http://img.allposters.com/6/LRG/6/676/K9UC000Z.jpg
#21
Good decorative item than a genuine spice rack!
I would prefer to go any Indian shop and buy!
Fresher, cheaper and ORIGINAL!:thumbsup:
#22
This is a really hot deal as some of these spices individually are expensive
#23
alexytin;8219877
Serious cooks aren't going to use dried herbs anyway.


Generally, but dried Oregano everytime, wouldn't use fresh!

Bay, dried is fine

Kasuri Methi

Most, except basil are passable, and depend on the time of year, and type of dish. Long slow cooked dishes can be fine with dried herbs, when fresh are not so available, or are expensive.
#24
voted cold as you don't need them for ready meals
#25
leedale30
voted cold as you don't need them for ready meals


Lol! :w00t:

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