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    • Garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, minced garlic. Everything i make has these spices in it
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    • Onion powder, Garlic powder, Paprika, Cayenne pepper.
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    • I don’t cook anything without onion powder and garlic powder
      Isaac98H 24 jun
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    • Wow that’s a nice rack
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    • Good ol garlic pancakes, just like mama used to make
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    • Ground cummin for me
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    • Costco has a spice rack where if you buy it and use one of your spices up for the next 5 years, they'll refill it. Just buy that shit and a fuck ton of mason jars. All the spice
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    • I... I have a bottle in my lunch bag I take to work...
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    • Remember guys fresh is always better. Go garlic cloves over powder
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    • Naw man it’s always fresh garlic from my garden
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    • Don't forget the lemon pepper, or the cajun seasoning
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    • Nah I prefer to eat it by itself.
      mela 24 jun
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    • I just use garlic salt and don’t use salt
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    • Hispanics with adobo or anything with Goya on it
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    • Aight best way to make some chicken for wraps/chicken burritos /etc cube it, put it in a frying pan with enough coconut oil to cover the bottom of the pan, season with garlic and onion powder, tumeric, kosher/sea salt, dried minced onion and just the tiniest pinch of Cajun seasoning then stir 1/2
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    • And salt
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    • Mf smoked paprika goes on everything
      moxymomo 25 jun
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    • Me cooking:
      145mqn 24 jun
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    • Garlic powder, onion powder and ground red pepper, lots of ground red pepper
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    • Imagine not just buying garlic and mincing some up every time you cook. 10 times better and super easy
      Joby643 24 jun
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    • More like onion powder
      zParzival 24 jun
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    • Ayy this reminds me that Food Wars is continuing within the first week of July
      mike21905 26 jun
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    • 1 chicken breast, 1 bag brown rice, parsley, garlic powder, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, olive oil, teriyaki sauce. Marinate chicken in teriyaki sauce, cook rice for 10 minutes, mix the rice in with the chicken and sauce mix. Add garlic powder, pepper flakes, salt, pepper and parsley to liking.
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    • It's Cum for me
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    • Lemon pepper and butter makes a great glaze
      ATOMlC 27 jun
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    • Salt, Black Pepper, Paprika and Cayenne are my go to spices
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    • Oof, chili lime powder, shit's super good
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    • Old bay for me
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    • PorkSword 24 jun
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    • WHATABURGER FACT: make your own Whataburger ketchup by adding garlic powder, it's like the only different ingredient from normal ketchup.
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    • Garlic, sage, rosemary and thyme
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    • Garlic powder, onion powder, onions, garlic, salt, black pepper, habanero pepper, and turmeric (if we’re making some curry).
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    • Dude I fell in love with minced onion. I put that shit I’m everything
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    • onion powder
      mp5andy 24 jun
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    • Just a lot of garlic. Nothing else. Maybe a little salt... garlic salt. Then more garlic.
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    • Being from the south creole seasoning, onion powder, garlic powder/minced garlic, paprika, cayenne is a go to
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    • More like Spice Adams in the Spice Jar
      jim297 25 jun
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    • Lemon and pepper for me
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    • Bruh garlic salt though is orgasmic
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    • Forever 24 jun
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    • Garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, red pepper, minced garlic, are must haves in 90% of food
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    • Where the FUCK did the garlic salt go? I know I had some but it keeps disappearing
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    • Cumin, chilli powder, garlic & onion powder, salt & pepper.
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    • Garlic salt*
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    • Garlic powder, Tony chacheries, lemon pepper, salt and pepper
      thebat107 24 jun
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    • For me its cumin.
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    • Same with thyme for me, I put that shit in almost everything
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    • Chipotle chili power, garlic powder, and Himalayan salt 🔥 OP trio
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    • Yeah there better only be salt on my food or I'll starve to death and spit the bit of pepper that got in my mouth into god's face on my way down to hell
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    • I personally dont like garlic
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      austinsatam 24 jun
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    • Garlic SALT is where it’s at.
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    • Garlic salt, rosemary, thyme.
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    • Mccormick got sriracha powder? Thats a bet
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    • good so it's not just me!!!😂
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    • Anybody fuck with Chives though?
      PimpalaSS 27 jun
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    • Salt? *chefs kiss*
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    • Nahhhhhh screw garlic powder—freshly chopped garlic cloves are superior!
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    • I take the lid off the powder and dump it everytime
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    • Salt pepper garlic and onion. BBQ add brown sugar
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    • Smart gopnik always keep green onion and garlic growing on windowsill, in case of emergency
      Sobakiin 27 jun
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    • My go to is paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper. Add or subtract anything depending on what kinda meat Im working with
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    • Just so long as you dont put onion powder or anything more spicy than black pepper, garlic is a great flavor.
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    • Garlic, onion, pepper, salt, maybe MAYBE a dash of old bay
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    • yall are nucking futs.
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    • Thats a weak ass spice rack
      jiffypop_ 27 jun
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    • Minced garlic, chopped green onions. That shit makes everything cash
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    • Fax
      MiNDHYPE 27 jun
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    • Dont forget the smoked paprika
      _n52_ 27 jun
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    • Garlic powder used too much can burn your mouth I know
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    • Yeah, spice racks are alrighty. But does your mama or grandma have a spice drawer?
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    • Garlic salt >Garlic powder
      dbeachler 27 jun
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    • Curry powder, crushed pepper, garlic minced/powder, salt, chilly flakes, and chicken bouillon
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    • Roasted garlic powder>regular garlic powder
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    • garlic powder unless there's REAL garlic in the fridge mmmmmm
      Ardyn 27 jun
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    • Tony's cajun seasoning. Put that on anything and it slaps
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    • Onion powder and garlic powder and some salt makes some bomb ass spaghetti just saying
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    • Has anyone else just wanted to eat pure cinnamon sticks or is that just me
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    • Wanna cook some bomb ass salmon, use lemon pepper
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    • Ok, this is THE BEST chili powder recipe: 1/4 cup paprika, 1 tbsp garlic powder, 1 tbsp onion powder, 1 tbsp cayenne pepper, 1 tbsp oregano, 2 tsp cumin.
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    • Garlic powder, Onion Powder, ground Comino (Cumin), Tony's
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    • I feel the same way, but then I was watching Master Chef and the bald guy says he doesnt even have garlic powder and never uses it and I feel lame.
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    • Fuck garlic powder it doesn’t taste like anything garlic salt is where it’s at
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    • Garlic salt, crushed red pepper and since 90% of what I cook his Hispanic food, cumin. They go on EVERYTHING no questions asked.
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    • garlic salt absolutely smacks on popcorn
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    • Elijah’s messy omelette: 4 eggs|any form of pork and beef(about 1 burger worth that’s what I first made it with)|raw onion(sliced or chopped)|minced garlic(spoonful worth)|chopped tomato|shredded cheese... put the eggs on first and the cheese on last try ur best to fold it-it’ll be messy. (Pat. Pen.
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    • Salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. The four horsemen of spices.
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    • I hate garlic
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    • If I use salt for something I use garlic salt most of the time
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    • Can anyone recomend a good hot sauce. Curent favorite is the og Tabasco.
      iShartted 27 jun
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    • Just use fresh garlic you degenerated nincompoop.
      nierdboi 27 jun
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    • pepper, garlic powder or salt, cayenne pepper and minced onion go on everything i make
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    • What about garlic salt
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    • Guga Foods and Sous Vide Everything
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    • Garlic is fucking nasty
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    • Garlic powder and old bay
      iSneux 26 jun
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    • Tonys
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    • Mmmm garlic waffles.
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