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Paleo Powder Gluten-Free All Purpose Seasoning

It's always wonderful to have the opportunity to review a versatile product you can use for seasoning, cooking, and baking. Paleo Powder is gluten-free and also free of MSG. 

Paleo Powder Gluten-Free All Purpose SeasoningPaleo Powder adds a nice taste to many different foods.  I tried it on a frozen hamburger patty before grilling, and it was so much more tender and juicy.  I also tried it on chicken before baking.   The chicken turned out very moist inside with a crunchy but delicate thickness on the outside. 

Curious about it as a topping, I tried it on lettuce and it turned a regular Caesar salad into a delicious healthy meal.  The powder has the "just-right" combination of chili, garlic, onion, and cumin to make it flavorful, but not overpowering. I no longer need separate shakers for salt and pepper and other spices, as a few shakes of the Paleo Powder Seasoning and food that seemed bland before is now tastier than ever.  You can also add a little water to your saucepan while cooking to make a delicious basting sauce.

You don't have to be on the Paleo diet to enjoy Paleo Powder.  It  is the perfect spice for every gluten-free cook's kitchen.

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Review written by Patricia Seeley.

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JRay
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04 Nov 2013 7:32:13 PM PDT
I've used this product on many different types of food. it is excellent and beats any type of Tony Chachere seasoning. use it on eggs, pork, beef, chicken, seafood. I highly recommend it!




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