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Yes, when it was hard to get goods to the us in the 1700's people sprinkled gunpowder on there food.

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there is no substitute for Salt but i think Spindrealla has been replaced ... oooohhh Baby Baby.

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lol nice

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don't bother with substitutes. use sea salt without iodide.

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But iodine is important...and salt is salt..

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Ever wonder how many other foods you put in your body that already have it? Ever wonder if your body might be being just a little poisoned by all that crap?

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I always use sea salt, it's better for you and I think it tastes better!

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me too!

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