WIN-It-Wednesday: Didi Davis Food – Salt Blend Collection

For those of you that are looking to shake up some of your recipes with tons of flavor and spice… look no further! Didi Davis Food Blended Finishing Salts are a must have in gluten and allergen free kitchens. Getting tired of ho-hum grilled chicken breast? Dash on some Sagemary Salt, to add a spicy, fresh-from-the-garden herb flavor; is your salmon getting bored and poached to pieces? Splash some Fennel Thyme Salt on top and enjoy a clean, crisp calorie-free and allergy-free addition, and if your green beans need a little fancying-up for company, toss in some sliced almonds and a dusting of the Vanilla Salt.

Created from Flor de Sal (a moist Portuguese sea salt) and fresh herbs, DiDi Davis Salt Blends add flare, crunch and piazza to any fresh and cooked gluten and allergen free dishes.

Natural sea salt is the way to go when salting your foods. I love the briny, strong and earthy taste compared to regular white table salt. Plus, because of the fuller flavor in sea salt, I use way less salt in my dishes as well.

For recipe and usage ideas you can also check out Didi Davis Food blog, appropriately named, The Salty Dog blog.

Some of the blends that these finishing salts come in are: Fennel Thyme Salt, featured in this recipe, Oven-Poached Salmon with Fennel Thyme Salt; Porcini Salt, wonderful used in gluten-free broths and gravies; Sagemary Salt, a blend of sage & rosemary and my personal favorite; Caraway Salt, perfect accompanied over sweet Italian sausage tossed with olive oil over Penne pasta; Vanilla Salt, a sweet addition when speckled over in-season buttered corn-on-the-cob; Sumac Pepper Salt, ideal as a topping for fresh seasonal steamed vegetables like in this Asparagus with Sumac Pepper Salt recipe; Aleppo Chile Salt, to flavor for chili & tacos and last the Smoked Spicy Paprika Salt, which is great over smoked beef, charcoal grilled burgers or used in this recipe Roasted Potatoes with Smoked Paprika Salt.

All these fabulous salt blend creations are why I am so very excited that DiDi Davis Food is this weeks WIN-It-Wednesday sponsor.

Three (Yes 3!) Lucky BeFreeForMe members will win a Didi Davis Food Salt Blend Collection, which consists of a sampler pack of the eight salt blends listed above.

How can you WIN?


Reply to this blog and tell us which of the salt blends listed above sound the best to you… as well as how you would use it. (Me? I would love to try the Vanilla salt over a Spinach & Strawberry Salad, or the Aleppo Chile Salt in Bloody Marys!). All entries must be received by Tuesday, August 24 at 12:00 midnight EST.

Good Luck, Remember to break out of your routine and shake things up once in awhile, and, as always…
Be Free!

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40 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: Didi Davis Food – Salt Blend Collection”

  1. Anne B. Says:

    I would try the caraway salt in my favorite summer coleslaw recipe…followed by the porcini salt over some scrambled eggs! Sounds yummy!

  2. fatlazyceliac Says:

    I think the Vanilla Salt over ice cream would be fab!

  3. zoey dampf Says:

    wow, these look great!! i would really like to try them, and get a new and tasty flavor for my food. What a nice product this is and to have a new flavor on my meats would be wonderful

  4. Lisa Durene Says:

    I think the fennel thyme would be great on a pork roast but I would be interested in trying the vanilla salt on popcorn!

  5. r Says:

    sagemary salt sounds wonderful and i think i would want to try it in cornbread dressing
    vanilla salt sounds appetizing and i think it might go well with a chicken salad

  6. jackie Says:

    I think the sumac salt sounds really interesting, I am loving the thought of it over grilled aspargus and zucchini. I also like the sound of your vanilla salt over spinach and strawberry salad. Yum! Hope I win!

  7. Janet LaRue Says:

    I would love to try the smoked spicy paprika salt on a pasta salad with fresh garden veggies to liven it up! They certainly come in a wide variety of tastes! Some sound very interesting as well! Yummmm….

  8. Cindy Says:

    The vanilla salt on corn on the cob sounds really interesting.

  9. Danielle Says:

    I would love to try grilling some chicken with the Sagemary Salt and Olive Oil

  10. Sarah Adams Says:

    I would like to try the Sagemary on top of some pasta tossed with tomatoes and herbs.

  11. Sarah Says:

    I would love to try the Smoke Spicey Paprika. I can think of a million things I would add this to. But on the other hand…Vanilla Salt. Sounds yummy.

  12. Hillary Heidi Berndt Says:

    I would love to try the Sumac Pepper Salt with a cucumber salad that uses fresh cucumbers, peppers, red onions, zucchini, and yellow tomatoes resting overnight in a vinegar dressing. It makes my mouth water just picturing it.

  13. Kathy Bunn Says:

    I would like to try the porcini and the aleppo chile.

  14. a Says:

    I would add the Aleppo Chile Salt to guacamole and the Smoked Spicy Paprika Salt to an omelet.

  15. devin Says:

    Sumac Pepper Salt sprinkled over homemade almond hummus…yum.

  16. dineindiva Says:

    Ummm, Smoked Spiced Paprika on fresh sweet corn for me.

  17. Lindy Says:

    I would like to try the Sagemary Salt and Olive Oil to grill some chicken. Justs makes my mouth water to think of how it’s going to taste!

  18. Grimmie Says:

    I’d like to try the smoked spicy paprika salt to grill some chicken. I’m a real fan of paprika and love the cook with it.

  19. Phyllis Says:

    I have a garden and my corn is in season. I would like to try the vanilla,sumac pepper and maybe the fennel thyme too on my corn.

  20. Noreen Biegalski Says:

    Orange glazed pork tenderloin with vanilla salt

  21. Toby Says:

    The PORCINI in mushroom soup came to mind!!!!! Yummmmmmm!!! 😀

  22. Jennifer C Says:

    I would make a bread dip with olive oil and Sagemary. Yummy!

  23. Summer Smith Says:

    they all sound so fun! I would love to try the Aleppo Chile salt with tacos.

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  25. Michie Page Says:

    I think the smoked spicy paprika and aleppo chile would be good either on roasted chicken or in taco seasoning. And the sagemary can go in my turkey stuffing. mmmmm……

  26. Lorraine Beaulieu Says:

    These all sound delectable! I’d like to try the Caraway Salt, with my vegan version of Colcannon!
    What a great idea for those with mulitiple allergies and food sensitivities…you’ve opened up a new world of choices. Thank you.

  27. katie Says:

    Sagemary salt sounds the best to me….would love to try it rubbed into chicken before grilling, on garlic bread, on baked or mashed potatoes, on hard-boiled eggs or even sprinkled over air-popped popcorn. Bet it would make all of those things taste gourmet!

  28. trenelle collins Says:

    I’m always on the lookout for great spices to inspire great dishes!

  29. Susan C - AZ Says:

    I would love to try the Porcini Salt because I love mushrooms and I make lots of soups and stews and steamed vegetables. I think it would be great in or on any of those dishes. Thank you for the offer to win some Porcini salt.

  30. jen depeano Says:

    These sound so good!! I would love to try them and experiment with them. I am always looking for something new to spice up my meats they seem that they would be good for any type of cooking, and healthy too

  31. Julie Says:

    I think the Sagemary salt would be the perfect seasoning to my homemade stuffed chicken breast. I think it would be a great a great accent with the asiago cheese.

  32. carrie Says:

    I would love to try the sagemary over string beans and the smoked paprika over some pork tenderloin. Yumm!

  33. kristen barnhill Says:

    I would love to try the smoked spicy paprika salt on top of my deviled eggs…omg i am salivating at the thought. Paprika is a thing of the gods 😉

  34. Sarah Says:

    Smoked Spicy Paprika Salt on homemade turkey jerky yum!

  35. Cara Says:

    I think the Vanilla Salt and Sumac Pepper Salt sound amazing. I have low blood pressure so I am always on the lookout for good salts. These look delicious!

  36. Cheryl H Says:

    I would try the Smoked Spicy Paprika on Baked Chicken breast, with the Vanilla salt on corn on the cob.

  37. Terri Peters Says:

    The sagemary salt would work well with roasted chicken or pork.

  38. Sue Says:

    What a great way to add different flavors to food. I would love to see how the salts would enhance the flavor of chicken breasts or fish.

  39. Christie Says:

    The sagemary salt sounds awesome! Great for seasoning a turkey breast

  40. jennifer Says:

    Smoked Spicy Paprika Salt- this would be great in chilli

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