Make your own seasoned salt
Seasoned salt á la Rabarbergaarden
What you need:
1: Choose one herb and grab a large handful of leaves or flowers (thyme, salvia, chervil seed head, ramson, chive flower or others.)
2: 1.8 ounce of coarse salt
3: One jar
4: A homemade label
Brush the herbs so no small animals or dust get in your seasoned salt.
Put the herbs and salt in a food processor and grind it shortly until it’s slightly pulverized.
Put it all in the jar with a label. Then you have an aromatic seasoned salt for the entire year or to give as a gift.
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