Now I am not trying to encourage anyone from obsessing and counting all of their herbs when seasoning your plate.
However I smoke meat almost weekly and sometimes do a very heavy coat on the outside of the meat which I eat for the entire week. I was surprised that McCormick would list 0 carbs and 0 sugar when on some of their prepared rubs sugar was the second ingredient listed! I wanted to be aware of the hidden carbs I was consuming and thought I would share what I find.
Once again this is just is not to discourage daily use, just information when cooking large amounts of food ahead of time or just for interesting information! Also spices are different per brand where possible I used the USDA STANDARD REFERENCE for all figures since several of the brands will list 0 carbs and sugar due to a serving size being .25tsp.
I will add as I look up more information as well and please fell free to contribute!
These measurements are for spices in TABLESPOONS so if you want teaspoon information divide the number by 3.
all spice (ground) for one tbsp = 4.3 -1.3 fiber = 3.0 net carbs black pepper for one tbsp = 4.41 carbs - 1.7 fiber = 2.71 net carbs caraway seed for one tbsp = 0.8 net carbs cardamom ground for one tbsp = 2.4 net carbs cayenne pepper for one tbsp = 1.6 net carbs chili powder has 1.1g of fat, 1.1g of protein, and 4g of carbs (2.8g is fiber, 0.6g is sugar). So 1.2g NET. cinnamon for one tbsp = 6.2 carbs - 4.1fiber = 2.1 net carbs sugar .17g cloves for one tbsp = 4.2 carbs - 2.2 fiber =2 net carbs .15 sugar corriander leaf seed for one tbsp = 0.6 net carbs cumin (ground) for one tbsp = 2.1 net carbs curry powder for one tbsp = 1.6 net carbs dried basil for one tbsp = 2.15 carbs - 1.7 fiber = 0.8 net carbs dried parsley for one tbsp = 0.3 net carbs dried spearment for one tbsp = 0.3 net carbs fennel seed for one tbsp = 0.7 net carbs fresh pepperment for 2 tbsp = 0.2 net carbs garlic (ground) for one tbsp = 5.3 net carbs ginger ground for one tbsp = 3.7-.7fiber = 3.0 net carbs imitation vanilla extract for one tbsp = 0.3 net carbs mace ground for one tbsp = 1.6 net carbs mustard seed ground = 1.77 carbs - .8 fiber = 1.97 net carbs nutmeg for one tbsp = 2.0 net carbs onion powder for one tbsp = 5.2 net carbs oregano (ground) for one tbsp = 1.2 carbs - .8 fiber = 0.4 net carbs paprika for one tbsp = 1.2 net carbs poppyseeds for one tbsp = 1.2 net carbs poultry seasoning for one tbsp = 2.0 net carb pumpkin pie spice for one tbsp = 3.8 carbs - .8 fiber = 3.0 net carbs sage (ground) for one tbsp = 1.2carbs - .8 fiber = 0.4 net carbs savory (parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme or marjoram) 3 carbs - 2 Fibers = 1 Net carb !SRIRACHA SEASONING! 6 carbs - 3 fibers = 3 net carbs conflicting information largely depending on brand tarragon (ground) for one tbsp = 2.0 net carbs thyme (ground) for one tbsp = 1.1 net carbs Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning 0 carbs listed on ndb.nal.usda.gov and when I contacted them directly. vanilla extract for one tbsp = 1.6 net carbs white pepper for one tbsp = 4.9 carbs - 1.9 fiber = 3.0 net carbs
[source: originally from https://www.reddit.com/r/keto/comments/2frrzj/psarant_hidden_carbs_in_spices_list_in/
Edited and expanded using search function from https://ndb.nal.usda.gov]