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Old 02-10-2016, 03:12 PM   #11
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Old 02-10-2016, 03:13 PM   #12
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We have to have garlic salt in the cupboard. My wife prefers spaghetti with just butter and garlic salt. I think if it wasn't so undietetic that she could live on that and nothing else.
I have no issue with using garlic and salt in a recipe. I prefer to add them separately so I can control each one. If a recipe is already salty, I'd be concerned abut adding garlic salt but not garlic powder.
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Old 02-10-2016, 06:47 PM   #13
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I have no issue with using garlic and salt in a recipe. I prefer to add them separately so I can control each one. If a recipe is already salty, I'd be concerned abut adding garlic salt but not garlic powder.
If I'm using a seasoned salt, I add that first, then adjust with regular salt if needed. Since I use it mostly in my own creations, I'm not following any particular recipe.
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Old 02-12-2016, 02:29 AM   #14
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Chili Lime!!! Red pepper flakes and tangy lime!!!! I have one with 7 sea salts & peppercorns. I just love to use them in recipes which I can use.
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Old 02-12-2016, 09:04 AM   #15
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I prefer garlic salt more than any other salt.
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Old 02-12-2016, 12:21 PM   #16
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I don't seasoned salts, but I have a variety of flavoured/specialty finishing salts/sea salts:
Cyprus oak smoked
Maldoc smoked
Pink Himalayan
Vanilla bean bourbon
Bkack lava
Shitaki
Fleur-de-lys
Pretzel salt
Llime salt
Orange salt
Lemon salt
Chili salts
Smoked kosher, and others I can't remember
I cook with kosher, fine/med/coarse sea salt.
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Old 02-12-2016, 12:45 PM   #17
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I use regular Morton box table salt (mainly for boiling) and course sea salt for cooking .

For the table I have Trader Joe's Garlic salt grinder, Trader Joe's Himalayan pink salt grinder, Trader Joe's South African Smoke grinder (smoky salt), and a grinder with course sea salt.

For seasoning/cooking I make an all purpose blend with garlic and onion Powders among other spices and salt.


I also found a set of flavored salt on Amazon that I want to try (picture below).
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Old 02-12-2016, 01:14 PM   #18
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I use regular Morton box table salt (mainly for boiling) and course sea salt for cooking .

For the table I have Trader Joe's Garlic salt grinder, Trader Joe's Himalayan pink salt grinder, Trader Joe's South African Smoke grinder (smoky salt), and a grinder with course sea salt.

For seasoning/cooking I make an all purpose blend with garlic and onion Powders among other spices and salt.


I also found a set of flavored salt on Amazon that I want to try (picture below).
Those refillable Trader Joe's grinder salts and peppers are the bomb and I think I have all of them! I filled an empty one with pieces of dried Porcini mushrooms, and another with coriander seeds.
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I use regular Morton box table salt (mainly for boiling) and course sea salt for cooking .

For the table I have Trader Joe's Garlic salt grinder, Trader Joe's Himalayan pink salt grinder, Trader Joe's South African Smoke grinder (smoky salt), and a grinder with course sea salt.

For seasoning/cooking I make an all purpose blend with garlic and onion Powders among other spices and salt.


I also found a set of flavored salt on Amazon that I want to try (picture below).
You can make some of those At home. I make the citrus ones,chili, and mushroom salts I use.
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Old 02-12-2016, 01:20 PM   #20
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Those Trader Joe's grinder salts and peppers are the bomb and I think I have all of them! I filled an empty one with pieces of dried Porcini mushrooms, and another with coriander seeds.

Great (or grate) idea, Kay. A friend gave me a chunk of Himalayan pink salt, I can't figure out what to do with it. I bashed it with a hammer, tried a microplane grater, and all that came off was a couple flakes. Hard as a rock. Wonder if a spice grinder would work. No trip to TJ's in the near future, but I'm adding those spice mills to my list for future.
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