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Price should be $7.68 - $1.54 (20% coupon) - $0.38 (5% S&S discount) = $5.76 + free shipping w/ prime or on orders $25+


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All-purpose savory seasoning that boosts the flavor of most any food
Made with mushrooms, tomato, onion, garlic and McCormick herbs & spices
Adds umami-rich flavor to burgers, seasoning rubs, stews, vegetables & pasta
Punches up the taste of eggs, chicken, fish, rice, cauliflower & potatoes
Gluten free and non GMO verified
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Fyi first ingredient is salt.
often the case with seasoning mixes, but this one didn't advertise as a "salt"
You are kidding right? Its a taste, not an ingredient...

Scientifically speaking, umami refers to the taste of glutamate, inosinate, or guanylate. Glutamate — or glutamic acid — is a common amino acid in vegetable and animal proteins.

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Fyi first ingredient is salt.
often the case with seasoning mixes, but this one didn't advertise as a "salt"
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I have this in my upcoming S&S later this month: "香菇调味料 GIA VỊ TINH CHẤT RAU CẢI Mushroom Seasoning - 14 oz. (400g)" https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 It's first ingredient isn't salt and the reviews are good, but I was wondering if anyone has tried this.

The McCormick may have salt as the first ingredient, but they are usually pretty good with these seasoning blends.
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Can any slickdealer comment whether this is good or not? I have a lot of seasonings, I dont have a mushroom one. Lol
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Can any slickdealer comment whether this is good or not? I have a lot of seasonings, I dont have a mushroom one. Lol
well mushrooms are the 7th ingredient on the content so it's anything but mushroom seasoning.
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Just get mushroom powder and add them to any of your seasoning mixes, instead.
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And umami is nowhere to be found on the ingredients list at all!

The FDA is asleep at the wheel.
You're joking right?
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And umami is nowhere to be found on the ingredients list at all!

The FDA is asleep at the wheel.
You are kidding right? Its a taste, not an ingredient...

Scientifically speaking, umami refers to the taste of glutamate, inosinate, or guanylate. Glutamate — or glutamic acid — is a common amino acid in vegetable and animal proteins.
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And umami is nowhere to be found on the ingredients list at all!

The FDA is asleep at the wheel.

I agree about the FDA but not about Umami ….

Umami (/uːˈmɑːmi/ from Japanese: 旨味 Japanese pronunciation: [ɯmami]), or savoriness, is one of the five basic tastes.[1] It has been described as savory and is characteristic of broths and cooked meats.[2][3][4][5]: 35–36 

Umami

Soy sauce, ripe tomatoes and miso are examples of foods rich in umami components
People taste umami through taste receptors that typically respond to glutamates and nucleotides, which are widely present in meat broths and fermented products. Glutamates are commonly added to some foods in the form of monosodium glutamate (MSG), and nucleotides are commonly added in the form of inosine monophosphate (IMP) or guanosine monophosphate (GMP).[6][7][8] Since umami has its own receptors rather than arising out of a combination of the traditionally recognized taste receptors, scientists now consider umami to be a distinct taste.[1][9]

Foods that have a strong umami flavor include meats, shellfish, fish (including fish sauce and preserved fish such as maldive fish, sardines, and anchovies), tomatoes, mushrooms, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, meat extract, yeast extract, cheeses, and soy sauce.
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Can any slickdealer comment whether this is good or not? I have a lot of seasonings, I dont have a mushroom one. Lol
Supposed to be good stuff.

While this is not the brand or same seasoning this guy looks totally legit and talks about what/why Umami.

https://youtu.be/WFMtBstGHAA
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Fyi first ingredient is salt.
often the case with seasoning mixes, but this one didn't advertise as a "salt"
So this is mushroom flavored salt?
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So this is mushroom flavored salt?
It is savory seasoning... I will let you know when my S&S order is in. 😉
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I enjoy it. But I also enjoy salt. What is blood pressure anyway?
It's very salt heavy with a little spiciness at the end. I only have a small container but I couldn't imagine ever being able to use that large of one before it's a useless block of sad spice.
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