ReginaSpices Herb Blends:Maine Herbs Celtic Salt
OUT OF STOCK: UNTIL SUMMER 2018
Savory, Thyme, and Rosemary cured with garlic in a rich Celtic Sea Salt! So delicious you'll wonder how you ever lived without it!
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    Item #: 00141 oz
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    I had always wanted create an herb blend from locally grown herbs. My problem had been in learning how to dry them properly. The color would be off, the flavor lost, or some other detail wouldn't work out and it left the final product sub-par.

    It occurred to me one day as I was making an infused sugar that I could infuse salt in a similar way. Of course, to many of you this would seem obvious because curing in salt is a traditional method of preserving herbs. After a few simple experiments this blend was born. And, boy is it tasty!

    I put this on just about everything, and I have one customer how puts it on her morning toast! I think this is an ideal camp seasoning, one jar does so much: eggs, vegetables, corn on the cob, salad, chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, fish, tofu, popcorn, Bloody Marys, you name it!





    ReginaSpices chooses the best quality ingredients available. Below please find a list of ingredients for Maine Herbs Celtic Salt:


    Celtic Sea Salt

    Summer Savory*

    Rosemary*

    French Thyme*

    Garlic

    *Bowery Beach Farm, Cape Elizabeth, Maine.



    ReginaSpice shares a commercial kitchen space with other entrepreneurs and while every precaution is made to ensure that cross contamination does not occur, please be advised that common allergens are processed on site. Including: peanut, dairy, soy, wheat, shellfish.

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    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:
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    Celtic Salt

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    I can't live without it! Makes every thing taste better. Try it on a home grown tomato or eggs!

    Delicious!

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    As a "saltaholic" this is my favorite salt of all time!! I love it on scrambled eggs as well as breaded crispy chicken. Haddock is the next try. It kind of reminds me of the beach in a way.