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Try Oryx Desert Salt for on Braai Day

 

Oryx Desert Salt launches their latest product; it’s the brand new redhead of the family Oryx Desert Salt: Braai. Vivacious, bold, flamboyant and irresistible, it makes a statement and it’s all about exceptional taste with style.

WHAT’S INSIDE?

Jackie Cameron, a top South African trailblazing chef, is the creator of this innovative new braai salt recipe.  Using fresh ingredients that have been specially freeze-dried, roasted and then ground, a unique process for getting the best flavour out of the ingredients.

Oryx’s Braai Salt mingles well, being a fabulous blend of pure, natural, sun-dried Oryx Desert Salt, garlic, sun-dried tomato, masala, coriander, ginger, black pepper, cinnamon, rosemary, turmeric, cumin, all spice, paprika and just a touch of sugar.

Not only is this Braai salt sassy, she’s also a natural girl – nothing fake or artificial about her.  Free from fillers, MSG, irradiated herbs and spices and absolutely free of preservatives, she’s all about being real.

And because it’s an all-natural product, there will be slight variations in colour and texture.  Nature is infinite in her variety!

THE TASTE

She’s hot, but she won’t burn.  Fragrant with a punchy profile, don’t let her horns mislead you – she’s not sharp, just spicy!

This redhead plays well with fire. Whether it’s meat, chicken, fish or vegetables on the braai, she brings out the best in everything she touches.  Oh, and there’s no grind in using this braai salt. This one’s shaken.  Feel free to sprinkle it on everything!

WHY ORYX?

Oryx Desert Salt believe in giving back; to the earth and their communities. The recyclable glass bottles can be reused as the braai salt comes in a refill pack, ensuring great value for money. Sourced in the pristine Kalahari desert, with every purchase made, Oryx Desert Salt donate a percentage to the Khomani San and Mier communities who own !Xaus Lodge in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park .

Oryx Desert Salt for the Braai. But not just for the braai. Why limit yourself?

Available at Pick ‘n Pay at R37.99 (70g shaker) and R49.75 (125g refill)

  

 

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