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Simply Organic Paprika Ground Certified Organic, 2.96 Ounce Container
- 2.9 ounces; Glass bottle
- Warm, organic paprika for mild, spicy flavor and color in soups, grains and hors d'ouvres
- Certfied Organic; Kosher
- 1% of sales supports organic farming
- A Brand of Frontier Co-op, responsible to people and planet
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Top Customer Reviews
Virtually all conventional spices sold in the United States are fumigated [sterilized] with hazardous chemicals that are banned in Europe.
- Contain Concentrated Toxic Pesticides
- Treated with hazardous chemicals
- Have reduced medicinal qualities
- Most are irradiated
- Contain GMO’s, synthetic Anti-caking agents, and/or chemical additives.
I never thought of any of this regarding spices. I think I am like most people who have spices that are decades old. I threw them all away and invested in the Simply Organics.
The tastes difference is amazing!!!! I feel much better about having organic spices that actually have medicinal qualities!
First week I used it, it was great. Yummy, flavorful, and gave a nice color to the broth.
Second week I used it, I noticed that it was a bit stringy, clumpy, and hard to shake out of the container. I googled to see if this was a sign of paprika-gone-bad, but read a few articles which stated that it might have gotten "clumpy" from being exposed to the steam (I shake in the paprika over a hot pot of soup).
Third week, I'm about to shake the paprika in, when I notice a flash of silver. I look closer...and see a bunch of dead moth skeletons in the paprika. At first, I'm disgusted by the possibility of having consumed dead moths. Then again, free source of protein! And I'm sure I probably (accidentally) eat tons of bugs in the produce I get from the farmer's market, anyway.
But still, a horrible way for the moths to die--being asphyxiated in a sandstorm of burning red.
I'm guessing that the moths came with the paprika, because:
1. The only time I unscrewed the lid was to pour in paprika over the soup, before immediately screwing the lid back on.
2. I never took off the plastic cap (with the tiny holes) or used the larger hinge part of the plastic cap...so I fail to see how a moth could have flown in through the hole while I was actively holding and looking at the paprika container.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good quality. Fresh. Organic. Can't ask for anything better :)Published 3 days ago by Adrianne Di Lella
I try to buy most organic items I can and was happy to find this paprika!!! It is a beautiful color, unlike a lot of other paprika I have purchased in the past. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shihtzulover
Love, love this in soups, stews, and casseroles. Adds Vitamin C...definitely a plus.Published 2 months ago by StarDotter