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Bitterman's Herbes de Northwest™ Sea Salt

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Herbes de Provence, Local-Style

Enjoy the flavor and aroma of the bold Pacific Northwest! Scatter liberally over goat cheese, omelets and anything grilled.

Blue spruce aroma and with sun-kissed sea salt elevate Provence’s timeless blend of lavender, thyme, sage, marjoram, and rosemary.

The Meadow's Classic Vinaigrette

Combine all ingredients in mason jar. Put lid on mason jar and shake vigorously to combine, about 20 seconds. Serve immediately over fresh bitter greens. We like escarole, but arugula, dandelion greens or frisée works beautifully.

    Ingredients: Fleur de sel, thyme, rosemary, marjoram, sage, lavender, fennel, blue spruce oil

    Made in Portland, Oregon!

    Customer Reviews

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    J
    J.G.
    Yummy mix

    This is just as fab as Herbes de Provence - tastes like the Northwest!

    K
    K.P.
    I put this on EVERYTHING!

    Bought a taster jar for myself while doing Christmas shopping a couple weeks ago and I’ve already almost used it up. I sprinkle it on my morning bagel, over Beecher’s Mac and cheese, in olive oil for bread dip...everywhere! And bonus: the blue spruce and lavender give it the most beautiful hue. Truly lovely and I feel connected to my NW roots with every sprinkle.

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    L.F.

    Bitterman's Herbes de Northwest™ Sea Salt

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    D.S.
    So good, will make any dish tasty

    I have been using this herb mix for a couple of years. Everyone on my Xmas list gets some this year.

    K
    K.H.
    Flavorful

    Love to use this when I make caprese salad, roasted chicken or salmon.