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  1. #1
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Montreal Steak Seasoning

    Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?

    Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that it
    had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt even
    for my salt loving husband.

    She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    towel.

    In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.

    So have you used it? Did she put too much on?



  2. #2
    Susan Guest

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    x-no-archive: yes

    Julie Bove wrote:
    > Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    > I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    > birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    > seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    > soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?
    >
    > Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    > rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that it
    > had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt even
    > for my salt loving husband.
    >
    > She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    > towel.
    >
    > In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    > eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    > fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >
    > So have you used it? Did she put too much on?
    >
    >



    I don't buy it because it has hydrogenated fats in it, and because it's
    way too salty.

    Susan

  3. #3
    Alice Faber Guest

    Default Re: Montreal Steak Seasoning

    In article <h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]>,
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    > I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    > birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    > seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    > soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?
    >
    > Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    > rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that it
    > had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt even
    > for my salt loving husband.
    >
    > She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    > towel.
    >
    > In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    > eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    > fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >
    > So have you used it? Did she put too much on?


    What. The. ????? Your daughter made dinner for her father on his
    birthday, and he said it was inedible? I don't care what's in the spice
    mix...when your kid cooks for you, you smile and eat it.

    --
    "[xxx] has very definite opinions, and does not suffer fools lightly.
    This, apparently, upsets the fools."
    ---BB cuts to the pith of a flame-fest

  4. #4
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > x-no-archive: yes
    >
    > Julie Bove wrote:
    >> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large
    >> bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other
    >> places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different
    >> versions of it?
    >>
    >> Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    >> rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    >> it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    >> even for my salt loving husband.
    >>
    >> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    >> towel.
    >>
    >> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    >> eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    >> fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>
    >> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    >
    >
    > I don't buy it because it has hydrogenated fats in it, and because it's
    > way too salty.


    There are no fats in this. Just salt, pepper and herbs.



  5. #5
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Alice Faber" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:afaber-BF426F.22[email protected]..
    > In article <h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]>,
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >> steak?
    >> I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    >> birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    >> seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it
    >> had
    >> soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?
    >>
    >> Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    >> rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    >> it
    >> had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    >> even
    >> for my salt loving husband.
    >>
    >> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    >> towel.
    >>
    >> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    >> eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    >> fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>
    >> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    >
    > What. The. ????? Your daughter made dinner for her father on his
    > birthday, and he said it was inedible? I don't care what's in the spice
    > mix...when your kid cooks for you, you smile and eat it.


    Yes! You don't want to be in this house right now. Truly you don't. He
    also found fault with what she chose from the salad bar for him. And she
    tried really hard to get something he would like.



  6. #6
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    > Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    > I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    > birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    > seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    > soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?
    >
    > Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    > rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    > it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    > even for my salt loving husband.
    >
    > She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    > towel.
    >
    > In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    > eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    > fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >
    > So have you used it? Did she put too much on?


    I have since looked this up and it says to use 1 Tablespoon per pound of
    meat. It doesn't look like she used too much. I also see other sites where
    it says to heavily coat the meat. And it says it can be used on potatoes.
    *shrugs*



  7. #7
    Cheri Guest

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    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    > Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    > I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    > birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    > seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    > soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?
    >
    > Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    > rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    > it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    > even for my salt loving husband.
    >
    > She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    > towel.
    >
    > In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    > eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    > fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >
    > So have you used it? Did she put too much on?



    Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday, and tell Angela that she did a good
    job!

    Cheri




  8. #8
    Ozgirl Guest

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    Cheri wrote:
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a
    >> large bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it
    >> other places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there
    >> are different versions of it? Anyway... We've never used it before and
    >> she is only familiar with
    >> steak rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I
    >> could see that it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this
    >> would be too much salt even for my salt loving husband.
    >>
    >> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a
    >> paper towel.
    >>
    >> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her
    >> not to eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and
    >> says it tastes fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>
    >> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    >
    >
    > Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday,


    You are kinder than I!

    and tell Angela that she did
    > a good job!


    Yes, Angela deserves praise not abuse.



  9. #9
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Cheri" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large
    >> bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other
    >> places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different
    >> versions of it?
    >>
    >> Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    >> rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    >> it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    >> even for my salt loving husband.
    >>
    >> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    >> towel.
    >>
    >> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    >> eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    >> fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>
    >> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    >
    >
    > Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday, and tell Angela that she did a
    > good job!


    Okay, I will. Angela just made a cake too. Not sure how well that will
    come out because we had to use egg replacer for 3 eggs. We normally buy her
    cakes but Betty Crocker now has gluten free mixes and they make small final
    products. So we'll see...



  10. #10
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Ozgirl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Cheri wrote:
    >> "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >>> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >>> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >>> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a
    >>> large bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it
    >>> other places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there
    >>> are different versions of it? Anyway... We've never used it before and
    >>> she is only familiar with
    >>> steak rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I
    >>> could see that it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this
    >>> would be too much salt even for my salt loving husband.
    >>>
    >>> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a
    >>> paper towel.
    >>>
    >>> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her
    >>> not to eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and
    >>> says it tastes fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>>
    >>> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    >>
    >>
    >> Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday,

    >
    > You are kinder than I!
    >
    > and tell Angela that she did
    >> a good job!

    >
    > Yes, Angela deserves praise not abuse.


    I know. She was very upset, thinking she did something wrong. But I showed
    her where it said 1 Tablespoon for a pound of meat. If anything she used a
    bit too little.

    That's the problem with a lot of the stuff I get at the health food store.
    No directions! They buy stuff in bulk and repackage it. I need to get
    after Jeff and have him put directions on his labels!



  11. #11
    Cheri Guest

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    "Ozgirl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Cheri wrote:
    >> "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >>> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >>> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >>> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a
    >>> large bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it
    >>> other places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there
    >>> are different versions of it? Anyway... We've never used it before and
    >>> she is only familiar with
    >>> steak rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I
    >>> could see that it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this
    >>> would be too much salt even for my salt loving husband.
    >>>
    >>> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a
    >>> paper towel.
    >>>
    >>> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her
    >>> not to eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and
    >>> says it tastes fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>>
    >>> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    >>
    >>
    >> Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday,

    >
    > You are kinder than I!


    Did you not see the sarcasm in that? :-)

    Cheri


  12. #12
    Ozgirl Guest

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    Cheri wrote:
    > "Ozgirl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> Cheri wrote:
    >>> "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>> news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >>>> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >>>> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >>>> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a
    >>>> large bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it
    >>>> other places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there
    >>>> are different versions of it? Anyway... We've never used it
    >>>> before and she is only familiar with
    >>>> steak rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I
    >>>> could see that it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this
    >>>> would be too much salt even for my salt loving husband.
    >>>>
    >>>> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a
    >>>> paper towel.
    >>>>
    >>>> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her
    >>>> not to eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and
    >>>> says it tastes fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>>>
    >>>> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday,

    >>
    >> You are kinder than I!

    >
    > Did you not see the sarcasm in that? :-)


    Lol, no. But nice to that you didn't mean it Poor little Angela, doing
    her best to please him.



  13. #13
    Alan S Guest

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    On Sat, 5 Sep 2009 19:21:06 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> What. The. ????? Your daughter made dinner for her father on his
    >> birthday, and he said it was inedible? I don't care what's in the spice
    >> mix...when your kid cooks for you, you smile and eat it.

    >
    >Yes! You don't want to be in this house right now. Truly you don't. He
    >also found fault with what she chose from the salad bar for him. And she
    >tried really hard to get something he would like.


    I'm so sorry to read that Julie. Especially for Angela.

    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    --
    d&e, metformin 2000 mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com (Swine Flu, Diabetes and Good Sense)
    http://loraltravel.blogspot.com (To Hienghène via Poum)

  14. #14
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Alan S" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Sat, 5 Sep 2009 19:21:06 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>> What. The. ????? Your daughter made dinner for her father on his
    >>> birthday, and he said it was inedible? I don't care what's in the spice
    >>> mix...when your kid cooks for you, you smile and eat it.

    >>
    >>Yes! You don't want to be in this house right now. Truly you don't. He
    >>also found fault with what she chose from the salad bar for him. And she
    >>tried really hard to get something he would like.

    >
    > I'm so sorry to read that Julie. Especially for Angela.


    Thanks.



  15. #15
    MaryL Guest

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    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    > Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    > I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    > birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    > seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    > soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?
    >
    > Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    > rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    > it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    > even for my salt loving husband.
    >
    > She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    > towel.
    >
    > In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    > eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    > fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >
    > So have you used it? Did she put too much on?
    >


    Ahhh. That's really sad. I don't know anything about this seasoning, but I
    do know that my father would have eaten *anything* I made for him and would
    have found something good to say about it. He was always happy when we did
    things for him, and he let us know it. Both of my parents were very caring,
    giving parents (I'm *not* saying the situation is different for Angela), and
    I think that attitude was part of the love we always felt. Can you suggest
    to him to "lighten up" and let Angela know he appreciates her attempt?

    MaryL


  16. #16
    Cheri Guest

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    "Ozgirl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Cheri wrote:


    >>>> Tell your husband I said Happy Birthday,
    >>>
    >>> You are kinder than I!

    >>
    >> Did you not see the sarcasm in that? :-)

    >
    > Lol, no. But nice to that you didn't mean it Poor little Angela, doing
    > her best to please him.


    I should have put a winky after the birthday greeting for him, but I was
    serious in saying Angela did a good job!

    Cheri


  17. #17
    Cheri Guest

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    "MaryL" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:4aa3bd7a$0$23785$[email protected] ...
    >
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large
    >> bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other
    >> places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different
    >> versions of it?
    >>
    >> Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    >> rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    >> it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    >> even for my salt loving husband.
    >>
    >> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    >> towel.
    >>
    >> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    >> eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    >> fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>
    >> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?
    >>

    >
    > Ahhh. That's really sad. I don't know anything about this seasoning, but
    > I do know that my father would have eaten *anything* I made for him and
    > would have found something good to say about it. He was always happy when
    > we did things for him, and he let us know it. Both of my parents were
    > very caring, giving parents (I'm *not* saying the situation is different
    > for Angela), and I think that attitude was part of the love we always
    > felt. Can you suggest to him to "lighten up" and let Angela know he
    > appreciates her attempt?
    >
    > MaryL


    Yes, it's hard to picture that from a parent. I had the same situation as
    you with parents...thankfully.

    Cheri




  18. #18
    W. Baker Guest

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    Julie Bove <[email protected]> wrote:
    : Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per steak?
    : I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my husband's
    : birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large bag of this
    : seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other places, but it had
    : soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different versions of it?

    : Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    : rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that it
    : had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt even
    : for my salt loving husband.

    : She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    : towel.

    : In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    : eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    : fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.

    : So have you used it? Did she put too much on?

    For future reference. If you think you have put too much rub or salt on
    raw meat, just rinse it off. If it is a new spice combo or seasoning,
    take a taaste on the tip of your finger sto se if it is a high % of slt or
    other flavorings you don't like.

    Wendy

  19. #19
    Susan Guest

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    x-no-archive: yes

    Julie Bove wrote:

    > Yes! You don't want to be in this house right now. Truly you don't. He
    > also found fault with what she chose from the salad bar for him. And she
    > tried really hard to get something he would like.
    >
    >


    Well, isn't he the father of the year, then?

    Susan

  20. #20
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "MaryL" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:4aa3bd7a$0$23785$[email protected] ...
    >
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h7v4vm$dbr$[email protected]..
    >> Has anyone used this before? If so, about how much did you use per
    >> steak? I ask this because of a possible mistake tonight. It is my
    >> husband's birthday and Angela cooked dinner for him. I bought a large
    >> bag of this seasoning at the health food store. I've seen it other
    >> places, but it had soy in it. This did not. Perhaps there are different
    >> versions of it?
    >>
    >> Anyway... We've never used it before and she is only familiar with steak
    >> rub. She put it on heavily like you would with a rub. I could see that
    >> it had large grains of salt in it and I fear this would be too much salt
    >> even for my salt loving husband.
    >>
    >> She tried to scrape some off and I tried to take more off with a paper
    >> towel.
    >>
    >> In the end, he refused to eat it. Said it was inedible. Told her not to
    >> eat it or she would get sick. Oddly she is eating it and says it tastes
    >> fine. I can't try it because I don't digest steak.
    >>
    >> So have you used it? Did she put too much on?
    >>

    >
    > Ahhh. That's really sad. I don't know anything about this seasoning, but
    > I do know that my father would have eaten *anything* I made for him and
    > would have found something good to say about it. He was always happy when
    > we did things for him, and he let us know it. Both of my parents were
    > very caring, giving parents (I'm *not* saying the situation is different
    > for Angela), and I think that attitude was part of the love we always
    > felt. Can you suggest to him to "lighten up" and let Angela know he
    > appreciates her attempt?


    I can't suggest anything to him. He just doesn't "get" it. The more I say,
    the worse it gets, so I'm trying not to mention it. I just keep telling her
    she did nothing wrong.

    I have since looked up the seasoning and she didn't use too much. He is
    claiming he only likes his steak with no seasonings whatever on it. Which
    we know is not true. I always season the steaks when I make them and I know
    restaurants do too.



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