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Shan spices for $0.77 only. Regular price $1.29

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[No Frills] Shan spices for $0.77 only. Regular price $1.29

Shan spices on sale at no frills for $0.77 only. Regular price $1.29.

I saw chicken tikka, butter chicken, tandoori, some chinese flavours, biryani, korma, karhai, nihari and many others.
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Price chopper still exists? :lol:
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OP must've meant No Frills.
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If you goto those mom and pop stores , u can get 2 for a $1...
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oops sorry, it was no frills. how do I change it?
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Why cook it when you have ALL YOU CAN EAT buffets that are a dime a dozen for $10 or less?

Just fill yourself like a pig for lunch at your local AYCE Indian buffet. Head back to the office and have one heck of a dump (Indian food brings out the best in me!) & have a light dinner.
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Dec 18, 2013
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^ Gee where?

Here in Saskatoon, I went to this South Asian hotel once, both spice and price hit me! $30 for one meal!
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next time try a restaurant instead of a hotel, it will be cheaper. or make an indian friend and hangout at his place, he will feed you till the food comes out of your nose. all for free
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Shan masala, yum!

I got my Polish and Ukrainian friends to use this in their cooking and they LOVE it. Made in Karachi, Pakistan! Tastes almost as good as back home!

Next time you have some Goulash... You know what to do
-ZdpZ... ;)
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Jan 7, 2008
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These spices have MSG and are extremely harmful for your health. Stay away from these crap cheap spices. Just use your own ethinic indian seperate spices like coriander powder and cumin powder etc and pinch of ground cardamom seed. Honestly if you want your stomach to give you cramps then please go for shan spices.
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shwetamit wrote: These spices have MSG and are extremely harmful for your health. Stay away from these crap cheap spices. Just use your own ethinic indian seperate spices like coriander powder and cumin powder etc and pinch of ground cardamom seed. Honestly if you want your stomach to give you cramps then please go for shan spices.
exactly what i was hoping for, thanks!
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DrunkenStupor wrote: Why cook it when you have ALL YOU CAN EAT buffets that are a dime a dozen for $10 or less?

Just fill yourself like a pig for lunch at your local AYCE Indian buffet. Head back to the office and have one heck of a dump (Indian food brings out the best in me!) & have a light dinner.
Thats expensive!! Its $5.99 for lunch buffet at the kennedy rd plaza near clearence. A big banner outside with price.

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