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AHa Herb Mix

AHa Herb Mix created by Anne Sainz

This recipe originally came from the American Heart Association as a salt substitute. I read about it in Jane Brody's "Good Food Book" and gave it a try. It is our favorite salt free seasoning blend. I usually make a double batch and store it in a large, glass spice bottle.

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  • Combine all seasonings in a blender or food processor.
  • Blend ingredients just until they are ground.
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"This recipe originally came from the American Heart Association as a salt substitute. I read about it in Jane Brody's "Good Food Book" and gave it a try. It is our favorite salt free seasoning blend. I usually make a double batch and store it in a large, glass spice bottle."
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  1. Anne Sainz
    AHa Herb Mix Created by Anne Sainz
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  2. nemokitty
    I used this great herb mix on a boneless chicken breast and inhaled it! Very good. Unfortunately here in Hawaii I couldn't find savory or mace but I'm sure it would have added to the taste. Made for PAC Spring 2014.
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  3. Anne Sainz
    This recipe originally came from the American Heart Association as a salt substitute. I read about it in Jane Brody's "Good Food Book" and gave it a try. It is our favorite salt free seasoning blend. I usually make a double batch and store it in a large, glass spice bottle.
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