CHEF AJ wrote:
I buy the sets and with the free shipping I pay less than $4 per bottle. I have all of the flavors. Since I don't use salt or even like it, I just use the seasonings for their flavor, not as a salt substitute. If you want something that really tastes salt, try sea veggies like kelp, dulse, nori or kombu.
I buy the pound package and fill my own shaker with it. Lasts so much longer. My only concern is the ingredient: silicon dioxide--which we are not to consume too much of per day. When I get going on that Table Tasty, I can use way too much in a day, some days.
Plus, a t. or so is a few grams of protein--and those who must watch protein, can get more protein in the day, than desired.
What kicks up taste in salt substitutes is the lemon, the nutritional yeast, tomato powder, and silicon dioxide. Knowing that, there ought to be a way to put together a seasoning blend that doesn't cut into the budget so much.
And HI to you Chef AJ!!!!