Saturday, March 5, 2016

Dry Mixes in a Jar... Homemade Celery Salt

Dry Mixes... these mixes are not for canning, but may be stored in canning jars.

Homemade Celery Salt
Found on wholenewmom

Makes approximately 1/2 cup


1/4 cup celery seed 

1/4 cup salt (I recommend Real Salt)


1. Put celery seed in grinder

2. Grind celery seed to desired consistency.

3. Mix with salt.


1. You can also use kosher (coarse) salt. Just use twice as much salt and grind it together with your celery seed.

2. Celery Seed has a super long shelf life – so you can go ahead and buy it in bulk. Whole spices typically have very long shelf lives, while ground ones are different.

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