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Yes, Casa Gourmet closed quite a while ago, unfortunately.

Angie, you are trying to be funny, right? Garam Masala is a mostly sweet and low-key smelling spice, and is not used much at all in Indian cooking.

MoreLiana, problem here is almost all those ingredients around here are expensive. And if you can't find them ground, you are going to be spending a long time at it.

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5 minutes ago, ComputerGuy said:

Yes, Casa Gourmet closed quite a while ago, unfortunately.

Angie, you are trying to be funny, right? Garam Masala is a mostly sweet and low-key smelling spice, and is not used much at all in Indian cooking.

MoreLiana, problem here is almost all those ingredients around here are expensive. And if you can't find them ground, you are going to be spending a long time at it.

Mike, it takes two seconds in the blender.  I make it.  You can buy small quantities of those common spices (a stick of cinnamon, some cloves, some coriander seed, a little cumin, even cardamom--in bulk at your local spice store--Gossips?--or at any tianguis.  In Mexico, I have never had the need to buy a branded jar of any spice.

Canela, clavos, comino, semillas de cilantro, y cardamomo, for the Spanish-challenged.

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