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LSUsmartass
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
lol, and the Louisiana rep lady called me after reading my email and SWORE up and down not one single thing was changed...she even read through this thread while on the phone with me and had a few laughs. Higher salt contents mean more filler and less spice/taste


Ling King
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Wonder what she would have to say about the photos posted... Anyone ever use this stuff LINK


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Jones
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Not surprised

On a side note, neighborhood Wal-Mart on Lee and Highland has Cajun land seasoning


LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
winn dixie sells CJ as well

Chackbay can be found at all rouses


JohnDoe00
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
My second batch was way too salty using LA. Gonna try the Cajun land. How much salt do y'all ad in with it?


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TigerSaint1
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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i cooked with it two weeks ago but also added chackbay to it and they were some of the best one's i have ever done. Everyone loved them


I'm cooking some this weekend and this is the mix I'm going to do with a small bottle of the lemon zats liquid.


sjmabry
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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an confirm the salt content is higher on the newer bag.

I have a few older bags that I will use this Friday. Thanks for the heads up.


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LSUZombie
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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You should also try Montalbano's


Picked some up Saturday and they were excellent. Their corn and potatoes however were not good.


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LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
since LA increased its salt, i think chackbay compliments it well since there is zero salt in chackbay


sjmabry
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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LSUvegasbombed
I know I have a bag of Louisiana with the lower salt content. Should I use 1 bag of Louisiana and 1 bag of Chackbay? I am cooking 2 sacks on Good Friday.


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LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Do you normally use 1 bag of La on your first batch? If so, do your normal thing on the 1st batch and go ahead and toss in the bag of chackbay. Its only adding different blend of seasoning without adding salt.

I have never added salt to mine while using LA.

Second batch, rule of thumb is half of everything as far as seasonings go
This post was edited on 4/15 at 3:13 pm


sjmabry
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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do your normal thing on the 1st batch and go ahead and toss in the bag of chackbay.
I only have 1 bag of Chackbay, so just use another 1/2 half bag of La for the 2nd batch?

I also use the liquid boil, but was asking about the La and Chackbay for the second batch.


LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
i only had one bag of chackbay. I went 1 bag of la and 1 bag of chackbay

2nd batch, i just did half bag of la

i use liquid but i only do about 8-10 oz of liquid

16 oz is to much for me personally


sjmabry
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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LSUvegasbombed
Appreciate the knowledge. I should be good to go on Friday.


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thatoneguy
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
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1 bag of Chackbay



Where can we find Chackbay at in BR? I see they have it on Amazon but I'd prefer to buy it in-store if I can


LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
most rouses carry it on the seasoning aisle



MrPappagiorgio
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
I bought some today at Rouses-Drusilla



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thatoneguy
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
Cool cool, the new one off of W. Lee is on my way home so I'll check into that


LSUvegasbombed
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
That rouses is top notch


sjmabry
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re: Louisiana Crawfish boil seasoning - has it changed?
I went home and checked my La seasonings, and sure enough 1 bag is 12% sodium and the other bag is 17% sodium.


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