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    Default Crazy-Janes Mixed Up Salt

    I recently joined this website. Totally forgot about since? But in a Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole dish it called for this spice, Crazy Janes Mixed Up Salt. It said it's not available everywhere. Any ideas what all is in it or where I can find it?
    Thanks! Love browsing the recipes. Especially am into baking desserts!! Yummmmmmmm - radiantrosa

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    I have a container of this salt. My husband uses it in his bloddy mary mix. It is called: Jane's Krazy Mixed-Up Salt. It comes in a 4 ounce round container. I found it at walmart. It says: The all New seasoning that adds tantalizing flavor to meats, poultry, fish, vegetables, salads, soups, etc. Here is the phone number that is on the label... 1-800-257-6174, Made by: Flavor Delite,Inc. Richburg, SC I hope this helps. Love All Recipes

    It contains: finest salt,imported spices, pur dehydrated onion and garlic.

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    Love All Recipes,


    Thanks so very much for the info. I live in Northwestern PA. Up in them there hills! My brother-in-law raved about this dish and when he saw it on the site asked where one could find it so he'll be thrilled! Again my Thanks!!!
    Talk to ya again sometime!

    Radiantrosa

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    From the www. recipelinks.com site:
    ~CHEF DUNASK

    (finding replacement or similar)

    Crazy Jane lists their ingredients as: Salt, herbs, spices, dehydrated onions & garlic.

    You can use MORTONS "NATURES SEASONS", I buy it at Walmarts super duper store. You can use McCORMACKS "SEASON ALL" this you can buy in any super market. They all have the same ingredients the differance may be in the per centage weights of each. But you the consumer would not know the differance when tasting it in your food. I hope this helps you.

    ~CHEF DUNASK.



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    I love Mortons Natures Seasonings. I use it in place of S&P, on/in everything,
    "Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent." ~Eleanor Roosevelt

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    Radiantrosa..I also am orginally from PA...Outside of Pittsburgh. Let me know if you can not find it..I will mail you some. Love All Recipes

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