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All Purpose Seasoning
Category Herbs and Spices
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The Recipe

2 tb Minced dehydrated onion;

2 tb Seasame seeds;

2 tb Parsley flakes;

2 ts Oregano;

2 ts Garlic powder;

1 ts Celery seed;

1 ts Marjoram;

1 ts Dried basil;

1 ts Spearmint;

1 ts Spearmint;

1 ts Bay leaf powder;

1/2 ts Dill seed;

1/2 ts Thyme;

1/2 ts Coriander;

1/2 ts Dry mustard;

1/2 ts Rosemary;

In a blender, blend dehydrated onion into finer pieces. Add remaining herbs. Blend to mix well, but do not make into a powder. To keep herbs fresh, store in shaker top bottle with tight fitting lid. Can be used on all cooking, and at the table too to be used instead of salt. This is also bottled as commerical product called "Instead of Salt" All Purpose Herb Seasoning, if you want to save time. Yield: 1 3/4 oz or 9 3/4 tablespoon or 29 1/2 teaspoon. Source: Heathier Eating Guide & Goodbook by George Mateljan Brought to you and yours via Nancy O'Brion and her Meal-Master.

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