quality posts: 18
I bought 3 last time it woot-offed and just did some grilling this weekend. Suprisingly good on grilled steak and I imagine it would make a great rub for chicken or ribs too.
Sugar 'em up and send 'em home
quality posts: 13
i bought this the last time out and love it.. especially great on grilled steak!
Just really damn lucky: Random Crap: 2/15/08, 2/19/09, 12/25/09, 4/1/10, 12/1/10, 12/25/10, 4/1/11, 5/11/11, 9/14/11, 10/12/11, 12/25/11
quality posts: 50
"Uses Kosher Salt for lower sodium content" means it uses salt with really large grains that don't dissolve (as readily) so it makes a bigger impression when it hits your tongue, so they don't have to use as much of it as if they used smaller salt crystals that would dissolve into your food.
Ironically, it's exactly the opposite of how the lower-salt Lays chips work: they use super-fine salt, but there's no issue of dissolving on the surface of a potato chip.
I'm supposed to buy something? But we're having so much fun with things as they are, I don't want to ruin it!
Purchases: 18 / 11 (nobody cares what, so I won't tell you);
Brownies of Cannabis: 1 / 12 (Thanks, Wootalyzer! -- would it help if I called them something else?).
quality posts: 12
I don't usually have that much to say about w00t products that is mean, but this is probably the exception that proves the rule.
For $7.49, you could make about a quart of your own Cajun seasoning with what is already in your pantry if you cook like me.
If you don't cook, and don't have a pantry, plus you like spicy food, then buy it, but for that price, buy three to make it worth your while. If you don't like it, you can gift it.
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