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Jun 19th '14, 17:04 PM  
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Make your own flavor Salt!

I will put this in the main meal as you can use it on anything...Salad , chickens etc...

Make you own flavor salt !

use any types of fresh herbs you like ( you have to dried them or in the oven until the moisture is gone )
you can add lemon Zest as well ( same here dried the Zests in the over )

you can use Rosemary , thyme even , lavender etc...

Korser salt or Sea salt .

usually re use a glass jar and wait a minimum of 1 week before using it.
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Jun 19th '14, 20:34 PM  
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Wow I've never heard of doing this before, but it looks great
Jun 19th '14, 20:42 PM  
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That's really cool What do you use it for? Does it just replace normal salt?
Jun 20th '14, 03:10 AM  
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yes Mitch you can use it as normal salt its great on chicken , salads , veggies, Salmon filets just add extra flavors

i have a lemon thymes ( great for white meat and fish and salad ) one and a rosemary and thyme great for red meat and also pork chops etc )
Jun 20th '14, 17:31 PM  
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I have never done such kind of salt myself! I used to buy it;-) I really like it! and think that spices and herbs are the best friends of any kind of dish) I have like really huge box with different kinds of spices and herbs and put it into every dish)) even fried eggs;-))
Jun 20th '14, 18:47 PM  
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That's interesting because I always wondered if it was really that hard to make a flavored salt. You see them in the stores for $4 bucks and you think to yourself, "Couldn't I make this myself?" Well, the answer is "YES."
Jun 23rd '14, 22:56 PM  
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I really like the sound of the lemon salt
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