Mom is going to send me the recipe for Ritter's homemade seasoning. I would suggest using less salt than she does. She's a salt-aholic with high blood pressure but unwilling to give up in her salt!
But I do know it has herbs in it that are good for inflammation. My uncle perfected it, but mom put in more good-for-you herbs so it would help the whole family as we all have arthritis issues. You'd think my brother and I were born to daredevils than regular down-to-earth people. He and I have both broken our backs - me at 19, him at 32. And I've broken everything else before and after 19.
Anyway I am promising to post that recipe. It makes a large containers worth, (think Wholesale Club-sized mayo container ~1.5 gallon) and we shake it up for about a month and let it blend together before using it at all. But it will last forever! (My uncle puts his on the floor and kicks it every time he walks by... but he's a bit weird anyway!)
And here it is...Ritter's Homemade Seasoning Recipe:
3 iodized salt - 26 oz .containers (uncle uses 6 but too much!)
6 black pepper - 3 oz. bottle
2 garlic – 3 oz. bottle
2 onion powder - 3 oz. bottle
2 Italian seasonings - 3 oz. bottle
1 red pepper - 3 oz. bottle
1 cumin - 3 oz . bottle
1 tumeric – 3 oz. bottle
Dump them all in and let them blend for about a month - and keep turning and shaking it (I was pretending my jug was a "shake weight" and would shake it when I went through the kitchen. And you can add anything else you want to it, but these are the basics.
Edited by: ANGRITTER at: 9/21/2012 (16:26)
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