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Jane’s Crazy Mixed Up Salt is available at Jungle Jim’s in Fairfield, Ohio. Don’t know where else, but I’ve bought it there. I use it on lots of things, the latest being the sweet corn we got a couple of days ago and it was delicious with that Crazy Salt on it. A container of it lasts quite a while.
Wow, thanks so much for checking on that and finding out they carry it there. I am sure glad I accidently found this list while searching. Wonder what else I could find out. Thanks again, Marsha
After making a few phone calls, I found that the Schnucks (1801 Missouri Blvd.) in Jeff City carries it. [:D]
Welcome to RF, Marsha! Try a web search to find what you desire in your area. Easy as pie. Use boolean search to get the best results. [8D]
I live in mid Missouri and would like to know what type of stores carry Jane’s crazy salt. I used it years ago but cannot find it now. I live 45 miles from Jeff City and near Rolla. Thanks Marsha
Yes, we always used Jane’s Krazy Mixed-Up Salt, and Paula Deen uses it a lot in her recipes (though I notice she is promoting her own brand now). Can’t get it up here in Washington State that I have seen, though, so thank you for the link!
Thanks so much. I think my co-worker had the name wrong, but he insists it’s James’. Thank you so much.
Any dishes or meats it’s best with, or just a general good seasoning?
Jane’s Crazy Mixed Up salt is readily available here, I’m never without it.
Check out the other spices on that link, the extreme hot sauces sound really HOT. Blair’s Heat Jalapeno Tequila Sauce sounds good.
Wonder what kind of side effects you would have with this one…….Possible Side Effects Hot Sauce[xx(]
Used to be a product called Jane’s Crazy Mixed Up Salt — would that be what you’re looking for? I think its still pretty widely available.
I have a friend at work that wanted me to find him Crazy Salt on the internet. I found a recipe, but couldn’t find any suppliers that sold it. Has anyone ever used Crazy Salt, and on what?
This is the recipe I found.
Blend in food blender or put in pepper mill and grind;
1/4 cup of sea salt
1 talbespoon of Accent (omit if msg bothers you)
1 teaspoon each: dried dill weed
1/4 teaspoon each: garlic salt
Rind of 1 lemon, finely grated
Makes 1/2 cup
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