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Ketchup Salt - you can make it by mixing ketchup with water so that it becomes quite liquid, then diluting as much salt in it you can, and following the fleur de sel recipe to dry it... or

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Making flavored salts

Herb Salt - estle only the leaves and sea salt and crush the newspaper distribution, where it will be dry in peace. Then the jar. I was thinking to use in soups and lipstikkasuolaa at least, it could also grilled meats or fish. And perhaps Bloody Mary, siihenhän used celery and lovage a similar taste. Use herbs of choice and mark each jar - jar size of baby food jar is perfect for gift giving

How to Make Asian Dumplings and Potstickers from Scratch. So Fun, Easy and Delicious!

I have been doing this for a loong time now (pressure cooker method) and always have a stock of my favorites -- black-eyed peas; black turtle beans, chick peas (garbanzo beans) and white beans in the freezer. I can't even stand the taste of the canned ones!

  • Sandra Egg

    With my pressure cooker, esp for black eye, navy and turtle beans, I basicially just bring it to pressure for 2 minutes MAX, turn off the heat and let it reduce. after that, drain the beans, rinse in cold water through the colander, and let them dry out in the colander overnight. I freeze them in the 2 cup portions

Celery Salt. I've actually made this already and it is perfect. Love this sprinkled on over easy eggs on toast or grilled swiss cheese sandwiches. Also add to my vegetable juice (with our without vodka) and homemade vegetable soup.

Preserved Lemons. I have a couple bags of Meyer Lemons that I got on sale. Need to do this with them tonight.

How to easily cut a watermelon without a mess

  • Regan Zick

    I use this method, but I do #4 first then follow the rest of the steps after that. It really works great and the pieces are mostly uniform in shape. You can cut them as small or as large as you like.

  • Andre Diamand

    What happened to the seeds ? Magic also ? :-)

  • Regan Zick

    Buy seedless...

  • Maria Avitia

    I have used this method and it works great!

Homemade maple butter. "Slather this thick, gooey goodness on toast, scones, biscuits, waffles, cookies, and basically everything else in your house." Yum.