Welcome to tikispice.com! Currently we are offering our premier product… GUAVA WOOD SMOKED HAWAIIAN SEA SALT!

We use only the finest, htikispice-2and harvested, solar dried Hawaiian sea salt…lovingly smoked slow and low over native guava wood.

Just ask us and we’ll tell you…it’s the best darn smoked salt ever

But you don’t have to take our word for it…buy a bag and try it yourself!

We think you’ll agree…our salt is the bee’s knees!

Stay tuned…we are gearing up to launch some spicey, tasty blends for your culinary consideration!

We look forward to hearing from you ( and selling you some salt too).

Warm Aloha from Kauai,

Chef Michael

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  1. Posted January 28, 2008 at 9:27 pm by robthenurse | Permalink

    Michael, avast ye salty dog! (Though I am loath to say so in public, full disclosure forces me to admit that Michael is my younger brother, renown chef, barbeque savant and kid rancher on the island of Kauai. And despite the fact that he put cornflakes in my bed and salamanders in my sleeping bag I must admit that I am fond of him and biased toward the issue of both his kitchen and his loins.) So, Michael, how come if all creatures were to have come out of the sea, the sea is so much saltier than we? Well, it turns out that the flesh and blood of all creatures round the world, from worms to walruses to the wahinis of Waimea have about the same salinity, but all of us are much less salty than the sea. Why? It turns out that around 600 million years ago the first creatures to evolve enclosed circulatory systems were basically enclosing primordial sea water, and though our metabolisms haven’t changed all that much since then the sea has become much more salty. Further, because we don’t live in the sea we all need a little (smoked) salt now and then to keep from becoming too diluted by fresh water and Mai Tais. However, too much of a good thing can kill you. Just as ingesting too much salt, for instance drinking only sea water, will kill a person, so one can preserve fish and meat with (smoked) salt because salt kills microbes when applied in high enough concentrations. You can bet your salt there will be more saline fun regarding such spicy topics as high blood pressure, wages and sweat with later entries. Rob

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