Herb, Spice and Baking Ingredients Inventory
Baking Powder
Baking Soda
Corn Meal *
Sesame Oil
Sesame Chili Oil
Sesame Seeds
Capers
Concentrated Pesto
Cinnamon
Concentrated Beef Broth
Cream of Tartar
Mango Chutney
Powdered Ginger
Candied Ginger
Dried Ginger
Minced Garlic Flakes
Garlic (jar chopped)
Anchovy Paste
Sambal Oelek
Cloves
Chinese Five Spice
Roses Lime Juice
Concentrated Lemon Juice
Honey
Vanilla Extract
Molasses*
Oregano
Turmeric
Lemon Grass*
Cumin
Herbes de Provence
Basil
Fajita Seasoning
Minced Onion
Orange Peel
Paprika
Thai Seasoning (The Spice Hunter)
Lemon Peel (Grated)
Garam Masala
Taco Seasoning
Rosemary
Thyme
Allspice
Salt
Black Pepper
Bay Leaves
Seasoned Rice Vinegar
Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce
Powdered Milk
Soy Sauce
McCormick Salad Toppings
Worchestershire Sauce
Chicken Bullion
Tabasco Sauce
Tapatio Sauce
Red Wine Vinegar
Red Cooking Wine
Nori "seaweed"
White Vinegar
Curry Powder**
Garlic Powder
Seasoning Salt
Powdered Wasabi
Parsley
Montreal Steak Seasoning
Powdered Mustard*
Dehydrated Mushrooms
Asst. Dip mixes*
Powdered egg
Cocoa
Sugar- white
Sugar- dark brown*
Sugar- light brown*
Sugar-powdered*
Chili Piquins- dried
Chili's- Red
Fish Stock

Don't buy warehouse sized containers unless you use a LOT. They take a lot of
room to store and goes stale/cakes within a few months.
* difficult to find in Mexico, even in larger cities.
** Curry powders have a very short shelf life.  They usually develop "crawly" things