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Frontier Co-Op Taco Seasoning -- 2.33 oz

Frontier Co-Op Taco Seasoning
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Frontier Co-Op Taco Seasoning -- 2.33 oz

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Frontier Co-Op Taco Seasoning Description

  • For Rice & Beans Too!
  • Kosher
  • Non-ETO (Ethylene Oxide)
  • Non-Irradiated

Add instant south-of-the-border taco flavor to any fare with Frontier® Taco Seasoning. This zesty blend of robust spices is perfect for adding authentic taco taste to browned meat, rice, beans and dip. Start with just a pinch or two and add more to taste.


Owned by stores and organizations that buy and sell our products, Frontier Co-op® has been a member-owned cooperative since 1976. We support natural living and our products are never irradiated or treated with ETO. We're committed to the health and welfare of the environment and everyone producing and consuming our botanical products.


Add ¼ cup seasoning and 1 cup water to 1 lb cooked meat or vegetable protein. Simmer 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon (8 g)
Servings per Container: About 8
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Fat0.5 g1%
Sodium5 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate5 g2%
  Fiber1 g4%
  Sugars1 g*
Protein1 g
Iron1 mg6%
Potassium120 mg2%
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Onion, chili peppers (may contain silicon dioxide), yellow corn flour, garlic, paprika, cumin, tomato powder, oregano, citric acid, silicon dioxide, cayenne (may contain silicon dioxide).
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The Chef’s Guide to Caring for Cast-Iron Cookware

Cast-iron cookware, according to several sources, has been around a very long time. The earliest examples come from China during the Han dynasty which lasted through 220 AD. By the 18th and 10th centuries, cast-iron cookware became an important part of daily life in many areas of the world. With new cooking techniques emerging almost daily, this durable, versatile and oven-to-table friendly cookware is making a comeback!

Re-seasoning Cast-Iron Skillet with Herbs and Spices |

If you are lucky enough to have inherited or come across a vintage Dutch oven or cast-iron skillet, you have scored a treasure. A vintage piece of cast iron that has layers of seasoning cooked into it, giving it that smooth and appealing non-stick finish is a gem.

If you want to add some pre-seasoned new cast-iron cookware to your kitchen there are many companies offering high-quality options at affordable prices.

New or vintage, there are a few important rules to follow to ensure your cookware is kept clean, rust-free and well-seasoned to last for years to come.

Do’s & don’ts

DO: Immediately clean, rinse and dry cookware by hand (cast iron can easily rust). If you need to use a small squeeze of soap and a soft scrub to get off the food, go ahead.

DON’T wash pan in dishwasher.

DO: Dry your pan thoroughly after cleaning.  Place pan on high heat on your stovetop or in a preheated oven, turned upside down for about an hour until it is dry.

DON’T soak pan in water or leave cookware sitting with crusted food inside.

DO: re-season cookware after every use by using a paper towel or clean cloth to rub a thin coating of vegetable oil over the entire surface area. (You can also rub a little on the outside.)

DO: Store pan in dry place. If you have several pans, stack them inside one another using a clean piece of paper towel layered in between.

Follow-up tips

  • If you still have a few small bits stuck on the pan, try the following method: Create a paste using kosher salt and a few drops of water. Use a dry paper towel or clean kitchen cloth to dislodge food pieces. Pour a small amount of water in pan and cook over high heat to loosen food. Use a firm metal spatula and scrape off food while pan is hot.
  • If your cookware has some rusty spot, don’t despair! Use a fine steel wool pad to remove rust. A 50/50 combination of white vinegar and water helps to make this job easier. After the rust is gone, follow the steps above after every use.
  • Cast-iron cookware is perfect for high-heat cooking. Use these pieces on the stove, in the oven or over a campfire. Keep in mind that over time your pan will build up many layers of seasonings. Eventually the surface will become almost non-stick, requiring less fat from cooking oils.

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