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LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
i have bought it at the rouses on bluebonnet, drusilla and even on airline near Antioch


Tiger In the Swamp
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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bluebonnet, drusilla and even on airline near Antioch


Thanks for the help


Epic Cajun
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
It’s also at the Rouses in South Lafayette, or it was last year.


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BugAC
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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Which one in BR carries chackbay? I’ve been buying it but calling the manufacturer and having it shipped. Cost $20 a case to get shipped



One on airline has it.


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WhiteMandingo
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Got to be the Pro Boil the canister is brown, and a different label


GynoSandberg
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?


Jason Seither of “Seither’s Seafood” in Harahan is selling his own blend out of the restaurant. He’s calling it Amplified and it has a great blend spices and heat from a guy who’s been boiling for a long time


sjmabry
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
The Chackbay I ordered will be delivered today. I cannot wait to try it with the LA brand.


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Motorboat
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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Do you know their exact recipe?


Yes, yes i do.


Big James
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
I second Seither's Seafood seasoning bag mix in Harahan. It's great stuff.


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LSUsmartass
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
You don't need to go into too many specifics...but is it centered around Louisiana and some other mix?


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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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I think I'm going to try Cajun Land with my next round


We use nothing but cajunland.


LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Too salty for my preference


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Motorboat
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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but is it centered around Louisiana and some other mix?


there is no other powder. you can probably find more deets in my post history.


MetrySaint24
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Louisiana used to be 12% sodium, check the bag now it’s 17% now. They added salt. I’ve been using it for 8 years. It’s saltier now. I imagine it’s cheaper to use more salt, Zats changed around 10 years ago to go to 20% sodium and became too salty to only use.


urtoosmall
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
MetrySaint24 figured it out. I had a a couple of bags leftover from last year. Can't tell you the dates I bought them, but can confirm the salt content is higher on the newer bag.









NOLATiger71
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Awe f*ck me!!! Another good brand gets changed and loses a customer! I understand making money and I am sure the LA Brand of products were doing just fine. Why in the hell does corporate conglomerates buy companies that people like and mess with the formula???? I just do not not understand. There are other ways to recoup your margins after an acquisition! Simple Cajun Business School teaches you this! Do not need a Harvard student to tell me how to f*ck up a business!

If you are in the boil seasonings business your business is about to take off!


Ling King
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
I bought 10 bags of it a few weeks ago


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MetrySaint24
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
I actually think Louisiana needed to up to 14-15%, but 17 is a bit too much. Boiled Friday and my 2nd Batch was way too salty, checked the bag and realized what had happened. I think it’s pretty ridiculous to raise your salt content by 50% and not tell anyone.


nerd guy
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Nice. I was actually going to do this same thing since i have a few bags leftover from last year. I just haven't bought the new stuff. But this is only a difference of 153 g per bag. A lot, but not a HUGE difference when most people add a whole tube of salt (737 g).


nerd guy
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
But, something else to think about. Both bags weigh 2.04 kg. That means there's a difference of 0.15 kg between old and new. So 0.15 kg less seasoning/spices and 0.15 kg more salt.
This post was edited on 4/14 at 12:03 pm


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