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Had never heard of 'crazy' salt until today...this is going to be a handy thing to have around. Thanks Rita!

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magpie diner February 14, 2011

I am making this tomorrow and ALREADY know that I will love it!!! It has so many of my "go to" herbs and so many others that I am just learning to enjoy and use. Thanks for this much cheaper and tastier version of the Mrs.!!!

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dgpat March 21, 2011

WOW !! This worked out real well, love all the combination of flavors. Used sweet paprika, and orange zest as the options. Used this on Whiskey-Marinated Tenderloins. Made for I recommend tag.

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weekend cooker March 20, 2011

When my DH gave me a salt block for Christmas, ROFLMBO, I knew I'd have to do something about my salt intake. I used everything listed even adding orange zest. That tiny spoon holds 1/8 t. which is perfect for sprinkling on scrambled eggs and vegetables, both of which I've already tried. Thanks for sharing, it may be a life-saver, HIS if he gets me another salt block!

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Julie B's Hive January 05, 2009

Loved this stuff! I did leave out the citrus zest, but in my opinion its great just the way it is. I've used it for Paulas Salmon and Asparagus in Foil and I know it would work for most meats, potatoes and vegetables. Loved it!

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Kim127 March 05, 2008

Love it! ok, I left out the dill because I hate the stuff. I used some blood orange peel that I dried so that the mix would stay dry. I rubbed some salmon with lime juice and then used the Crazy Salt generously and broiled it. WOW, this is good on salmon and I suspect that it will be just as good on everything else. Thanks Rita

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Annacia November 16, 2006
Crazy Salt