Gourmet Salt Garlic

Garlic Salt = Gold organic garlic+ Gourmet Salt.

A colorful garnish or seasoning and its Garlic. I asked a chef why she was using so much - she said she uses it in everything!!

How does it taste?: 

Pungent blend has a unique  aroma and leaves a nice flavor your tongue

Why Buy?

Unpretentious, and just as ubiquitous in cooking as adding chopped garlic itself. Ideas please on a postcard?

More details

$11.00

  • 1 ounces
  • 5 ounces
  • 16 ounces

Perfect used in lots of dishes. Buy it please

Certifications USDA Organic
Shelf-Life 5 years
Ingredients Atlantic sea salt, Pacific sea salt, pretzel salt, Himalayan salt ground., Organic Garlic powder, Organic Anise powder, Organic Ginger, Organic Onion powder

Why You Should Buy Gourmet Salt Garlic

Instantly flavor any dish!  This Garlic Salt is more than the average, run-of-the-mill garlic salt. Real, organic small bulb garlic is fused with 3 types of pure, natural sea salt in this gourmet blend that can be as ubiquitous in cooking as adding chopped garlic itself.

The process of slow grinding the garlic into rich salt over time, lessens the sharp bite that raw garlic has and deepens the flavor into a rich, savory, silky, buttery warmth that fits beautifully in an impressive range of dishes, from stews and sauces to roasted meats and sautéed vegetables.

How to Use?

Instantly flavor whole grain brown rice, season eggplant slices, add a pinch to homemade marinara, or customize your soup with smoked garlic and ginger taste. Widely known for its characteristic pungent, spicy flavor that mellows and sweetens with cooking.

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Gourmet Salt Garlic

Gourmet Salt Garlic

Garlic Salt = Gold organic garlic+ Gourmet Salt.

A colorful garnish or seasoning and its Garlic. I asked a chef why she was using so much - she said she uses it in everything!!

How does it taste?: 

Pungent blend has a unique  aroma and leaves a nice flavor your tongue

Why Buy?

Unpretentious, and just as ubiquitous in cooking as adding chopped garlic itself. Ideas please on a postcard?

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