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Australian Outback
(Net weight 3.2 oz)

(net weight 3.2 oz)

$ 4.95

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(MINIMUM ORDER $12.00)

LOW SODIUM WITH NO MSG, FILLERS, CHEMICALS, ARTIFICIAL COLORING, NUTS, FLOUR, MILK DERITIVES OR
ANTI -CAKING AGENTS.

Due to the low sodium content of our
seasonings,
if you are
accustomed to a
salty taste to your food, you will probably need
to add some salt
to your recipes.

       The land that once was totally isolated from the rest of the world is now the second leading exporter of beef.  Grown mostly in the eastern portion of the continent, Australia is the second largest exporter, responsible for 18% of the total beef exported throughout the world.
       And any people who grow such an enormous number of cattle tend to eat a great portion also, and beef cooked over open pits are a tradition on the ranches. 
       A great variety of hardwoods grow throughout the land, several of which are used in the grilling of meats.  Two of the most often used are the native desert oak and gidgee woods.  Used separately or as a combination, they add a distinct flavor to the foods being cooked.
       Since we do not have a comparable wood in the United States, I developed an unusual combination of spices to mimic the flavor of cooking in the outback.
      Combining nineteen spices, the flavors will equal the food to be found in the finest restaurants in the land.

ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS: sea salt, chipotle, paprika, green chilies, red & green bell peppers, garlic and twelve other spices

USES
      Slightly smoky with a touch of heat, this spice brings out the true flavor of all meats, whether cooked in the oven or on the grill.
      Awesome on all fish, especially salmon & tuna.
      Incredible when added to gumbos and bisques, red and black beans and baked potatoes.