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Since Saltopia is still on waitlist I decided to go to their site.

I ordered two sets there and love them. I originally had ordered the special 9 piece set on QVC and they are out. I got a different combination on the sets I ordered on their site as you pick whatever you want as they are single ones. I like the In A Pickle as it has dill in it.

They have specials there and much more that what QVC has right now.

They arrived quickly and I am very pleased. I have some extra for gifts.

They also have low salt versions if needed.

My neighbor and daughter also love them. You really get a lot for your money. A little goes a long way. One of my favorites is the BLT as I can not eat bacon due to my pancreas diet and this tasted delicious on my BLT as now it is a real tasting BLT.

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there is a salt factory in the town I live in. So many delicious flavore but my absolye one is the truffle salt---its is $49.99 a pound so when I could measure it myself---I would get just a few ounces or so---have some left as i hoard it----Woman Wink

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I looked at the Saltopia website - very interesting, and so many to choose from! I may order one of the sample sets. I'm so curious about the pink Himalayan salt, and wondering what it is that makes it so popular?

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I am a huge Saltopia fan!  I love the creativity and fun of adding extra flavors to food items I am cooking.  A little goes a long way but the flavor enhancement is fabulous!

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@BornToShop, you have a great collection! What are some of your favorites?

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@jannabelle  I love them all but my favorites are Richard Peabody Peck, Great Outdoors, Stud, Hot Head, Eureka Sweet Paprika and Macho.  I wish Saltopia still did the all glass containers that hold the spoons.  The newer ones have the screw on lids.  However, love Saltopia!  

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Looking at what is in the jars online, they all look like they need to go through a grinder..

 

I have a good grinder that is meant for salt but I'm not sure it is meant to handle the flavor additions.

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No need for a grinder on anything I ever purchased as the flakes of spices are very small and dissolve when eaten. I think they are my most favorite spices I have ever used. You get your money's worth.

A hint is that you only need a pinch of them in things as they are very fresh and delicious. I add a little at a time to get just the right amount of taste I desire. 

I have a heart problem and watch my salt intake but have never had a problem using these as you need so little. They will last a long time unless a family all uses them every day. I love the variety offered also.

I put part my favorite ones in small salt and pepper shakers I buy at the Dollar Tree. I put a small amount of plastic wrap under the lid to keep them nice and fresh. 
I love the Kitchen Keeper on many foods and the BLT for a BLT sandwich with a bacon taste and no bacon as I can not eat bacon or fatty foods.

Maybe if you try just 1 jar you can try them out. Also she now has a sampler pack.

 

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Thanks for the heads up,made my order and free shipping.!!

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