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Janes Krazy Salt in east bay?

hibiscuits Sep 4, 2008 02:02 PM

I have heard only good things about Jane's Krazy Salt and Mixed Up Pepper from my friends on the east coast and have searched for it here in the Bay Area to no avail. Are there any shops in the East Bay (hopefully Berkeley/Oakland) where it is sold? I want to taste what all the fuss is about!

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    yvonne71 Sep 8, 2008 05:52 PM

    Good luck finding it!! IF you do please let me know!! I have been searching for it since I have moved back here from PA.. and it is no where to be found. If you do please let me know, because I have to order it on-line!

    1. rworange Sep 15, 2008 08:21 PM

      You can order it online

      Or you can send them an email and ask if it is sold locally. If so, hope you report back.

      1. chocolateninja Sep 16, 2008 10:28 PM

        I find my Janes Mixed Up Salt/Pepper at my local Safeway and Raleys...(I live in Sonoma county) so maybe give either of those a try if you have them around. The salt is one of my current fav. popcorn toppings (along with a good sprinkle of olive oil) Seems like something Whole Foods, Andronicos or Molly Stones should have.

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          Nancy Berry Sep 17, 2008 11:27 AM

          I've seen it at Mollie Stone's in San Francisco and San Bruno (I know it's not the East Bay, but it is in the Bay Area.) I've also seen Jane's Krazy Salt in bigger Safeways in SF. Try the natural foods areas in Safeways like the one on Potrero and 16th or the one on Market St. There are separate spice sections in these natural foods areas. Raley/Nob Hill Markets also carry this seasoned salt -- again, if it isn't in the regular spice section of the market, then look in the natural foods area of the store.

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            dionjone Feb 2, 2010 08:57 PM

            I just found it at the Andronico's on Shattuck and Cedar in North Berkeley.

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              JLF Feb 3, 2010 12:08 PM

              I have found it several times at the new Berkeley Bowl.

              I love the stuff and put it on everything -- popcorn, eggs, butter on a rice cake. Any other suggestions?

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