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Dried spices can be stored for a highly variable amount of time - garlic powder will probably hold its flavor for a long time, but coriander loses flavor fairly quickly.
Spices dont go bad, and even some fresh spices when they get old can bee used as dried spices so really they can be used for long term use.
Assuming that the spices are fairly fresh when you purchase them, write the date on the bottle or jar and then use within one year.
Most chefs say you should only keep spices for six months, then they need to be discarded. Most dried spices usually will lose some flavor after that time.
The answer partly depends on how fresh they are when you bought them and the exact kind of spice. The cook book I have recommends that they should not be over six months old for the best flavour.
You know when it is time to replace spices when you open the jar or bag they are in and you cannot smell the spice anymore or the smell is musty.
Spices don't go bad, unless they have natural oils that turn rancid. These usually have expiration dates. Of those spices that don't have oils and don't spoil, they do become less strong over time.
Alton Brown says 6 months.
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