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Why is chorizo spice-mix rarely sold in stores?

Local availability is going to depend on, well... where you are located. But @fuzzychef has a point, you can make your own. Famous Chef Emeril Lagasse offers a Chorizo Seasoning Recipe. I'm not sure ...
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Why is chorizo spice-mix rarely sold in stores?

There are multiple brands of chorizo spice mix available commercially: Spice House, Savory Spice, sausage maker supply, etc. Google a little. Further, if you go to a grocery store with a good ...
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How can I know if I'm purchasing "mild" chorizo or spicy chorizo?

You realistically can't, unless they print it on the wrapper. If the manufacturer gives more detail in the ingredients, maybe. But if it just says "spices", it's trial and error, unfortunately.
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Fresh ground chorizo

This is determined by the outcome you desire. You can certainly safely cook fresh chorizo in the oven. You just need to be sure it reaches at least 150 F (65.5C). Browning it on the stove first will ...
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Chorizo sausage as a ground chorizo substitute?

I think your best bet if you can't find any Mexican style (raw) chorizo (either loose or encased) is to just use some ground pork and add spices - the spice list on that product is: chili pepper ...
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