Making Black History Moments (MBHM) – In February 2020 Spiced Life Seasonings Distribution launched providing convenient access to high quality spices that flavor foods that favor soul food cuisines. Options included those that accommodate salt sensitivity making soul food more accessible.
Anyone who follows me here knows that I love to cook. Well today’s Making Black History Moments marks the receipt of my first order of spices from Spiced Life Seasonings Distribution and the end of me buying seasonings from my local grocery stores. I really love a useful innovation and Spiced Life has figured out how to meet a need for me in a key way. When I opened the box I could tell that these spices were much fresher than what I can typically pick up in the grocery store.
I also appreciate that there are a number of options for seasonings that are lower in sodium which helps in honoring the traditional preparation of soul food without clinging to the negatives that come with eating foods high in salt when you have that sensitivity to sodium.
The pricing also beats the pants off of my local natural focused grocers and I don’t have to do the work of bagging and weighing my spices before purchasing them. Add to this that Spiced Life is a black owned business run by a chef that I have the utmost respect for and I’m totally sold. We’re gonna work this into the monthly grocery budget plan. 🙌🏾 👩🏾🍳
Check them out on Facebook “Spiced Life Seasonings” or CLICK HERE to order direct from the website and get in on this yummy goodness.
Marta C. Youngblood is the founder and creative engine behind TheWRITEaddiction creatives co-op founded in 2014 as a virtual community supporting writers from all over the United States of America. Marta’s passion drives her to support the success of creatives from all walks of life to honor their talent and share it with the world. She believes that working in our creative callings does not have to be synonymous with being a “starving artist” and helps creatives master the business skills and strategies they need to work in their gifts.