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Unread 04-07-2011, 10:54 PM   #46
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I had never heard of Herbamare, so I did a quick google. SOunds like a pretty cool way to get additional flavor.

Looking for an alternative to normal table salt? Herbamare is a flavorful blend of sea salt and 14 organic herbs that goes great in place of regular salt on foods! The herbs are infused into the sea salt, so unlike other seasoning salts this is not a blend of dry herbs - the flavor is inside the sea salt crystals! A little goes a long way, so you'll need to use less than you would for table salt on your foods and it's Gluten Free. Each 4.4 oz. container is $6.49.

Ingredients: Sea Salt, organic celery leaves, organic leek, organic cress (water and garden), organic onion, organic chive, organic parsley, organic lovage, organic garlic, organic basil, organic marjoram, organic rosemary, organic thyme, Kelp (with trace iodine)
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the raw ingredients are literally used immediately after harvesting: vegetables are brought in from the fields and finely chopped, mixed with real sea salt and allowed to marinate: the mixture is then dried under vacuum.
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I picture a bunch of hippie ladies plucking fresh herbs from a compost ed garden, working in peasant dresss and barefeet.

(down here we call the WF grocery store "Whole Check." )
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Unread 04-07-2011, 11:03 PM   #48
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I picture a bunch of hippie ladies plucking fresh herbs from a compost ed garden, working in peasant dresss and barefeet.

(down here we call the WF grocery store "Whole Check." )
I think that's pretty much what's going on there! My thoughts on the subject were, if the person you are talking to knows what Herbamare is...they might be a vegan.
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Herbamare sounds like toking with a horse, is this wise?
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Wow Chris, that's a big thing to share to anyone and to share that here with all the brothers and sisters is pretty awsome. I will work on that recipe this weekend and am excited about how good it will be. Thanks bro!
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Im going to chime in and say thanks as well. Im gonna give this rub a try very soon and will post results as well. Thanks again !
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Farkin' awesome bro!

Got Herbamare sorted out now. I can get that here. NEver heard of Dulse before and a rudimentary search shows me that might be hard to get here in the Great Southern Land. Given that it's seaweed, I can get Kombu and Nori sheets and Wakame (which I have heaps of already). If I took a nori sheet or dried wakame and bashed it into a powder in my massive Thai mortar and pestle, would that be considered a good substitute...

Worth a crack anyway..

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I'm definitely looking forward to reviews. Like everything...I'm sure it's not for everyone, but I think many will like it.

I think a saw a movie once with a horse getting toked upon. I never thought of that while using the Herbamare though, so they might not be similar.

As for other seaweed, I find the dulse has a lot more flavor than kelp. I've never ground nori sheets, so I'm not sure, but I am pretty sure you will find it's flavor on the mild side. I would imagine if you made a nori roll using a sheet of dulse (if that exists) the flavor of the dulse would probably overpower the other flavors. I would try the Kombu or Wakame. Maybe landarc has a suggestion on those.

If you wanted, you could just use MSG. I think the Dulse tastes better, but the purpose of the dulse is to add an umami flavor, but it also has it's own flavor that is actually really nice as a seasoning. People use it as a salt substitute, believe it or not!
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Herbamare sounds like toking with a horse, is this wise?

I hear mushrooms in cow patties are good herbs.

Remember i only heard that and have no 1st hand knowledge of such.
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Good news!! Herbamare was on sale at my local Whole Foods!! The bad news...they were sold out!

I did pick up some Trocomare...just cuz they had some. Any idea what the difference is bb? Haven't done the google thing yet.

I will order some Herbamare online. Also, will need to pick up some the dulse granules. After that, I'll be making up a batch for sure!!

This is what I've found: Herbamare and Trocomare seem very similar...with Trocomare being the "spicy" version??
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Both dulse and nori are made from red algae, although they vary slightly, they are close enough to be considered substitutes. Flavors will vary as with any natural product. I would say, Billster, that pounding or flaking of nori would work fine. I can't believe you would need a giant Thai mortar and pestle, I suspect you just want to use it, which is what I would do too.
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Both dulse and nori are made from red algae, although they vary slightly, they are close enough to be considered substitutes. Flavors will vary as with any natural product. I would say, Billster, that pounding or flaking of nori would work fine. I can't believe you would need a giant Thai mortar and pestle, I suspect you just want to use it, which is what I would do too.
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But, do you use red algae in your rub also?
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Good news!! Herbamare was on sale at my local Whole Foods!! The bad news...they were sold out!

I did pick up some Trocomare...just cuz they had some. Any idea what the difference is bb? Haven't done the google thing yet.

I will order some Herbamare online. Also, will need to pick up some the dulse granules. After that, I'll be making up a batch for sure!!

This is what I've found: Herbamare and Trocomare seem very similar...with Trocomare being the "spicy" version??
Sorry, I've never seen the Trocomare stuff before, so I have no idea.
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...Herbamare is a flavorful blend of sea salt and 14 organic herbs that goes great in place of regular salt on foods! The herbs are infused into the sea salt, so unlike other seasoning salts this is not a blend of dry herbs - the flavor is inside the sea salt crystals! ...
Chris, about this Herbamare stuff...you considered or already tried using this stuff mixed with kosher for a poultry dry brine?

It would be rather expensive, but I wonder if the salt would pull the herbal flavors through the skin with it.

Thanks for the rub recipe! I really appreciate it.
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