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I often write about seasoned salt because I use a lot of it. Today, for instance, my daughter is at a luncheon for honor roll students and both my husband and son are at work. I put lamb, raw spinach, cooked okra, and cooked onions in a bowl. I topped it with olive oil and seasoned salt. With carrot sticks on the side it made a tasty lunch.
Before the Blood Type Diet, I had four standby seasoned salts. After comparing the labels to the "Food Beverage and Supplement Lists" two of them had to go.
I had used Spike for years, but it had multiple avoids for both Type As and Type Os.
A fajita seasoning also had to go. I was inspired by Heidi and decided to make my own. I filled a shaker jar half full of salt. Then I added chili powder, cumin, and cayenne until it tasted good to me. I use it on fish, meat, and salads. It is an avoid for Type A.
Lawry's Seasoned Salt has been a favorite since I was a child. It contains sugar (WHY do they put sugar in seasoned salt?) and the 7th of 11 ingredients is cornstarch. I use it on chicken. It is fine for the As, and I'm hoping the amount of cornstarch that actually winds up in a serving is negligible for Os.
Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning, I was relieved to find, is fine for Type O. I try to keep it away from my husband, but he really likes it in spite of the Type A avoids. I put it on fish and salads.
I had never used much curry powder until I read that it was beneficial. When I toss leftover vegetables and meat together for lunch, I often top them with olive oil and a mix of curry powder and salt. My husband will eat unfamiliar grains if they are seasoned with curry.
Jim wrote in a blog how much he liked Herbamare. I needed something to replace Spike, so I looked for Herbamare in the store. The ingredients look great for As, but the #3 ingredient is leek (avoid for Os). Before I had time to get disappointed I noticed another seasoned salt by the same company called Trocomare. Its ingredients are great for Os, but avoids for As. So, I bought both. I had Trocomare on today's lunch. I haven't called attention to the Herbamare, but every time I've used it, the food has received compliments.
This isn't an attempt at an exhaustive list. It's just what's in my cabinet at the moment. I like trying new things, so I'm sure I'll write more on this subject in the future.
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