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Free Homemade Salts & Seasonings Mini-Course

How to make your own gourmet apothecary salts, citrus powders, and seasonings

In this free mini-course, you will learn plenty of tips and techniques for how to make your own seasoned salts, seasonings, and what kinds of salts are best to use for flavoring your food. Learning how to use herbs and spices is fundamental to unforgettable flavorful cooking as well as being a superb way to add nutrition to your dishes.

What you'll get:

  • How to make your own sun-dried tomatoes in a dehydrator
  • How to make your won sweet pepper powder with dehydrated sweet peppers
  • Pre-prepping lemon juice and the best technique for freezing it
  • How to make your own lime and sweet orange powder
  • How to make your own lemon salt
  • How to make your own vanilla bean paste
  • How to make your own vanilla salt
  • Chickpea miso paste and how to use it
  • How to use coconut aminos and no-salt, multipurpose seasoning
  • How to use Medicine Flower food-grade flavors like berry, vanilla, and more
EQUIPMENT NEEDS
  • Basic kitchen measuring equipment id (teaspoon, tablespoon, cups)
  • Food dehydrator

This free course is part of Pure Joy Planet's Level 1 Immersion into Raw Cuisine and Advanced Raw Plant-Based Culinary Arts Certification courses. For more information and recipes, visit us here.

 

What People Are Saying:

I'd never thought of making a variety of flavored salts. So interesting. Also, I didn't know about the different little droppers of flavor. I've made a blueberry pie that was so-so and now I know how to improve the flavor. Really good information. Thanks!

Midge

These lessons were very informative. I will be making my own salt soon for my family and friends. Thank you very much for this free lesson.

Lyma

A wonderful way of making your own lemon salt. Thank you!

Ahmed

Thank you sooo much for this complimentary course. It was amazing!

Belinda

Thank you for this complementary course. Great lesson! It gave me more ideas to creating different mixture of spices and seasoning.

Muller