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Our original all-purpose all-natural seasoning blend made from natural spices only. No added sugar or preservatives. Based on the popular Montreal recipe this seasoning blend contains sea salt, black pepper, garlic, onion, thyme, dill, and paprika.
This seasoning blend can be used on beef, pork, chicken, lamb or any other kind of meat. We recommend rubbing it in with extra virgin olive oil.
|Shipping||Shipping is either, dry, chilled or frozen depending on your order.|
|Handling||Keep dry and lid tightly closed,|
|Expiration||Check product label, usually more than 6 months|
|Ingredients||Sea salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme leaves, dill seeds, and paprika powder.|
|Packaging||Glass jar and aluminum lid.|
|Country of Origin||Mixed and packed in Japan|
Nutritional values for 1 jar (50g)Energy: 327.6kJ (78.3kcal)
- Sugars: 10.0g
This is a tasty blend that I especially enjoy on some toast with butter that makes it taste like garlic bread. As it does have a good dose of spiceness to it, a little bit goes along way.
Translated from Japanese: I use it with French fries and garlic rice. The spicy aroma makes the food better.
Translated from Japanese: It does not contain chemical seasonings or synthetic preservatives, so you can use it with confidence. It’s fragrant, salty and goes well with juicy lamb and beef. Once used, it’s a must-have for the kitchen.
Translated from Japanese: Although it’s an additive-free spice, when used for cooking, it’s not a pesticide-free spice, so compared to spices that don’t contain pesticides or chemical fertilizers, it’s a product that isn’t fully satisfying with its natural taste and terms of safety.
Translated from Japanese: I seasoned the meat with this before cooking it and used it also for homemade Italian dressing. It seems to be too spicy for elementary school students, but I like it.
I’d be happy if there was a version without paprika.
I'm on a lectin-free diet with the Doctor Gandley Method.