dealskamenstein 12 canister magnetic spice rack for…

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I've been thinking about getting magnetic spice jars and putting them on the fridge this might do the trick.

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Q. What did the male magnet say to the female magnet?

A: From your backside, I thought you were repulsive. However, after seeing you from the front, I find you rather attractive.

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@gideonfrost: You can get just the spice containers for less money. I can get them at a local department store for $2 each. Google 'magnetic spice container' and you'll see some better deals that look exactly the same.

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Baby jars w magnets on the lid, masking tape labels on the bottom, attach to fridge... Tumor fridge.

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On one hand, these things are super convenient, well priced, and attractive. On the other hand, the spice in them is frequently ground and tastes like sawdust after a few months; they often also include really tasteless dried herbs. Since the apparatus is really cool, though, so you could just dump out whatever they send you that's ground and fill it with what you'll use. Grind close to cooking time for the best results.

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@lelupus: "tastes like sawdust"
must be the added iron powder that makes this a "magnetic spice" rack.