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for the last couple years i have tried finding ancho chili pepper in a powder form. i have looked at every grocery store i have been in. i even looked at a local mexican grocery store. still no find i did find dried ancho chilies. am i missing something or should i just go ahead and make some out of the peppers?and if so anyone have a idea how is the best way to make it? i believe i have all the hardware including a morter and pestal and a old coffee grinder that i generally use on whole spices.
and btw i like the new look of the forum if it isnt new to you it is to me so whatever i did or someoneelse did looks alot better
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