How Do You #Herbamare?

Tuesday, May 27, 2014


"Nature give us everything we need to protect and maintain our health" - Alfred Vogel

 If you're a cook in the kitchen then you're in for a treat. 

Here's something that will spice up your meal and season your taste buds! A.Vogel's Herbamare is truly for salt loving gourmets. It is a seasoning salt that is healthier than your everyday table salt and made with freshly harvested, organic vegetables and grown herbs. 

All natural, Herbamare may just be your new secret weapon in the kitchen. Its unique taste enhances the flavour of any recipe. Trust me, it does!

Discover all the flavours:

The Original: Replaces dreary conventional table salt 
This fresh herb sea salt is made from freshly harvested herbs and vegetables; celery, leek, watercress, onions, chives, parsley, lovage, garlic, basil, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, and kelp. It is a fresh herb sea salt, which is singled out due to its intense taste and high quality. Herbamare can be used wherever ordinary cooking salt and sea salt are used.

Zesty & Tangy: Gives an extra tang of any recipe
Herbamare’s spicy sister and is made up of herbs and vegetables with the addition of chilli and pepper.  Spicy goes well with all piquant and ‘hot’ meals, such as pasta, pizza, lasagne, Mexican dishes, meat dishes, Asian dishes and of course grills. Ideal for all those who like things a bit spicier.

Sodium-free : A tasty salt replacement
This zero sodium diet salt (salt substitute for food), made from potassium chloride, magnesium chloride, fresh, aromatic, dried and organically grown vegetables and herbs, and the mineral rich, iodiferous sea alga and kelp.

Look out for more Herbamare blog post and see how I incorporate it into my everyday cooking!





Follow the #Herbamare hashtag for recipes, menu ideas and Herbamare contests and giveaways this June!

All images were taken with a Nikon D3100.

Enjoy!

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This post is sponsored by A.Vogel.

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