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>> 1/8 cup fresh spruce tips
>> 1/8 cup course sea salt
Grind coarse sea salt and spruce tips in a food processor. Then dry the mixture in a food dehydrator or in the oven at a very low temperature (about 150F) for (about) a couple of hours (until spruce is totally dried). Be sure to leave the oven door open a bit while it is drying.
Once cooled, store in a dark cupboard or pantry.
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