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18-oz McCormick Granulated Onion EXPIRED

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Amazon has 18-oz McCormick Granulated Onion for $5.60 > now $5.89. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • 1 tbsp. granulated onion = ½ cup chopped fresh onions
  • Use as a base for homemade dry rubs and seasoning blends

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They are basically the same product just that powdered is finer. Powdered is useful in applications were you want something to dissolve quicker and more evenly like in a compound butter or an onion dip. You can put granulated onion into a spice mill and get powdered onion.
Y'all need to read closer.

THE ITEM IN THIS DEAL WAS NOT GROWN, PICKED, PROCESSED, OR PACKAGED IN CHINA.

The other half of you need to read for yourself rather than taking the first guy's word as fact. Take that lesson throughout life...
Is an onion the same as garlic?

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When does one use
Granulated vs powdered?
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When does one use
Granulated vs powdered?
They are basically the same product just that powdered is finer. Powdered is useful in applications were you want something to dissolve quicker and more evenly like in a compound butter or an onion dip. You can put granulated onion into a spice mill and get powdered onion.
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The label states "Product of China" packed in U.S. A
That's for garlic powder. Down in the questions portion, the manufacturer said the onion sourced in USA.
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Shelf life?
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Hard pass for me. I try to avoid toxic food from China.
The onion is sourced in USA. It's the garlic that is sourced in China. See the Q&A part.
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Same price in bj's
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