Two words... Maple Bacon.
Everyone knows that bacon is meat candy. Mixed in with our sea salt and you have a method to create bacon fries, bacon bread, bacon shrimp, bacon veggies, bacon beans, bacon pasta, bacon popcorn... you get the idea.
This sea salt has an authentic meaty maple bacon flavor that goes great with anything!
After testing several recipes, we believe we have created the perfect Maple Bacon Salt. We believe it is perfect because...
• It’s the perfect balance of bacony goodness, salt and a touch of maple syrup.
• It’s certified kosher AND VEGETARIAN! Yes, we believe vegetarians deserve bacony goodness.
Contains: Red Hawaiian Sea Salt, Maltodextrin, Bacon Type Flavor, (Sunflower Oil, Smoke Flavor, with Other Natural Flavors), Dehydrated Maple Syrup, Rice Starch, and Tocopherol (to preserve freshness).
FYI: Tocopherol is a natural alternative to nasty synthetic antioxidants, such as BHT, BHA and TBHQ. Due to their strong antioxidant properties, tocopherols have been suggested to reduce the risk of cancer. ~ National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine
This is also a Gluten Free product as the Maltodextrin used is made from Rice Starch, NOT wheat.
At T.U.F.F. Momma Salt Craft™ all our salts are all-natural and unrefined. They contain no chemicals or artificial additives. You can be assured that you are getting the most flavorful, pristine salt ingredient possible. We are committed to ethical sourcing. Purchasing our salts from FDA-registered suppliers around the world who are committed to caring for the environment where our salts our sourced, and we hold those suppliers to strict standards of ethical practices.
All of our gourmet salts are:
• Allergen Free
• Gluten Free
• Iodine Free
NET WT 2 oz (57g)
Packaged in a 2 oz., clear PET plastic vial with a flat bottom and aluminum screw cap.
Note: This is a very fine grain, powdery salt. This allows the bacon and maple flavors to re-hydrate during the cooking process. This salt is best used during cooking on anything where you might use bacon. However, you may sprinkle on after cooking as a finishing salt for a milder flavor. A little bit goes a long way!