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I got this from Costco and it's worth spending the money on this product, I will stick to buying this.
Use it on roasted vegetables, meats, fish, chicken, eggs, soups, makes a wonderful dip with yogurt, sour cream, cream cheese or added to cottage cheese.
I add a lot of it on my food while cooking and finish my meal without complaining about the taste or flavor.
I purchased this because I thought that it was no longer available at Costco. Go to Costco and purchase this. I should have returned the product. Buy at Costco. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Kimiko
No salt seasonings have a pleasent taste but Morton's salt substitute is about the closest I have found to taste like salt ,but at least it reminds me of salt most of the other... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ted Salzman
It's just ok, all of the mrs dash products are better. I would really recommend spending the money unless you just want a change of pace.Published 1 month ago by Lorn Pavan
This spice isn't really a salt substitute as it tastes nothing like salt. To me, it tastes like the spices used in boxed stuffing. Pretty strong taste of tyme. Fine with me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Keith P in ABQ
Wow did not expect that big of bottle. Good deal! Tastes great, came on time, fresh tasting , no need for saltPublished 2 months ago by James
This was definitely not worth the money and won't order again. It's so forgettable I forgot I had it.
We bought this with great expectations and have found it impossible to use. The flavor is just terrible and no one in our house will eat anything that it was on. Read morePublished 3 months ago by rogo
I put this stuff on everything,, if you need to eat
veggies >>hint ,,,hint,,,, fatty<< this is the product for you! Read more
I enjoy this on my more moist foods. I love it in my cottage cheese. I stir in about 1 tsp to a cup of cottage cheese,let it sit for about 10 minutes then dig in and enjoy all the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Corrine Roberts