These things are a little bit pricey, but they're awesomely convenient (no herb chopping! Dump it straight in the pot and/or skillet!) and they last for a long time compared to straight-up fresh herbs.
For future reference, in my recipes whenever I refer to an herb "pureed in a tube" or "chili paste" this is the stuff I'm talking about. We keep Chili, Garlic, Ginger, Italian Herbs, Basil, and Lemongrass on hand, because those are the ones we use most often.
Buy some. Buy them now. :)
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