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Bitterman's Wasabi Salt

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*This salt is part of our limited edition Portland - New York - Tokyo Series *

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A kick of flavor and punch of spice! 

New York. Tokyo. Portland. We miss these places terribly. So we're slinging some seriously playful salts in the last days of this seriously hard year. With nine limited-edition salts we don’t merely celebrate our history in the three magical cities where we’ve opened The Meadow, we live it!

Fine grained horseradish-flavored sea salt crystals infused with top quality wasabi. Sprinkle on salmon poached in olive oil, roasted Brussels sprouts, and all manner of rice dishes. Or mix into cream cheese and use to stuff jalapeño peppers. Coat almonds with avocado oil, sprinkle Wasabi salt generously over the whole thing, then bake until roasted. Or serve a bowl each of Wasabi Salt, Soy Salt, and Pickled Ginger Salt with a platter of sushi or sashimi. If you love our other spicy salts, consider adding this to your collection!

Ingredients: Sea salt, wasabi.

Net weight: 2oz / 56g

Made in Portland, Oregon!

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
not much flavor

Not bad flavors, but mostly it tastes like salt. There are some herbaceous flavors, but we don't detect any wasabi flavor. Just salt mostly. maybe we got a bad batch where they left out the wasabi...

Perfect On Grilled Salmon

We often grill Salmon and the Bitterman’s Wasabi Salt is a fine addition to enhance the flavor.

Thank you for the delicious review of our new Wasabi salt! We're looking forward to taking your suggestions and sprinkling it on grilled salmon this spring. Best wishes, Kaitlin