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New England Seafood
(Net weight 3.2 oz)

(net weight 3.2 oz)

$ 4.95

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS
(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.

      Throughout the northeastern United States, a short growing season for vegetables and fruits forced early settlers to turn to the sea as their main source of food.
    The Gulf Stream, flowing up the coast brings a feast of nutrients that feed an abundant assortment of sealife and provided a bounty of food that sustained them.
      It was not long before they were creating recipes that have become standards for seafood and shellfish across the nation, and even around the world.
      Today, the seafood industry provides food for more than the local population.  Trucks and planes move across the nation to supply fresh and preserved seafood products.
      Anyone who has lived or visited the area will attest to the delicious flavors and variety available that sustains dreams of returning soon.
      I have had the wonderful privilege of experiencing those marvelous foods and set out to recreate the tastes, if not the atmosphere, of dining on the coast of
New England.
      Don’t be surprised if you begin to have dreams of lobster and crab pots; tall pines, fresh blueberries and foggy days.

ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS: sea salt, garlic, onion, sugar, citric acid, black pepper, mustard seed, white pepper, fennel, lime juice & five other spices

USES
     New England Seasoning is excellent on lobster, clams, Atlantic salmon, scallops, tuna, shrimp, flounder and haddock; also wonderful on tilapia, trout, catfish, crayfish and crappie.
     Don’t forget to add to your oyster stew, clam chowder and gumbo’s.
Most surprising, however it is a great sprinkle for raw veggies and adds a great flavor to salads.  Add to sour cream, mayo or plain yogurt for a delicious dip for vegetables.
     Add to vegetable or olive oil (with maybe a splash of vinegar) for a delicious salad dressing or dip for breads.