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"DJ" had this to say:

Hi Sandi! The cayenne, cumin and coriander should be fairly easy to find. The ancho might take a little looking. You COULD just double the cayenne and omit the coriander. This would still taste fantastic, even though it will be slightly less complex, in terms of flavor. That said, if you want to make it, as written, you can store spices in the freezer, or in a cool, dark cabinet. Here's a video that goes into a bit more detail ... <br /><br /><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/07/how-to-store-spices_n_1324090.html#s757578&title=WATCH_How_To" target="_blank">How to store spices VIDEO</a><br /> I like to buy spices from the bulk spice section at the store. I buy whole seeds and chilies, then grind mixes in my spice grinder (actually a coffee grinder). This way, I can buy smaller amounts of whole spices, with greater vibrancy. I'm not sure where you are, or what your options are, but hopefully something here will help! Thanks!