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Old 07-25-2017, 09:40 AM   #1
SmokinJohn
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Default Naturiffic Rib Eye with X-Salt

So, I was honored to test SirPorkALot's new salt.

My weapon of choice: The Rib Eye

A nice 16 oz boneless beast:




Sprinkled the X-Salt on it:



Because the sear unit on my gasser is on the fritz, I use a comal for searing.



Finishing it on the grill:



Served up with a little mushroom topping and some haricot verts:



The review: I agree that the salt tastes something like Montreal Seasoning, but it isn't overpowering like Montreal. The best way I can describe the taste is that it "brightened" the flavor of the ribeye. I don't know what SirPorkALot used for the spice mix, but it's probably from another dimension, or illegal in 32 countries.

I have a little left, and I *might* do another test on a different piece of meat.

By the way, the only ding the salt took was from my son. He thought it was too salty. I am on a restricted sodium diet, so if any one would be sensitive to that, it would have been me. Jennifer and I discounted his comments.
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Old 07-25-2017, 10:13 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by SmokinJohn View Post
So, I was honored to test SirPorkALot's new salt.

My weapon of choice: The Rib Eye

A nice 16 oz boneless beast:


Sprinkled the X-Salt on it:

Because the sear unit on my gasser is on the fritz, I use a comal for searing.



Finishing it on the grill:



Served up with a little mushroom topping and some haricot verts:



The review: I agree that the salt tastes something like Montreal Seasoning, but it isn't overpowering like Montreal. The best way I can describe the taste is that it "brightened" the flavor of the ribeye. I don't know what SirPorkALot used for the spice mix, but it's probably from another dimension, or illegal in 32 countries.

I have a little left, and I *might* do another test on a different piece of meat.

By the way, the only ding the salt took was from my son. He thought it was too salty. I am on a restricted sodium diet, so if any one would be sensitive to that, it would have been me. Jennifer and I discounted his comments.
Thanks for the review!

I am quite amazed at the number of reviews that are comparing it (favorably) to the "Canadian City Steak Seasoning", considering the only two ingredients they share are salt & pepper.

Our goal with this product was to make a simple seasoning that could be used across a variety of grilled and barbecued meals and would allow the food to speak for itself.

So your review hits home for me.
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