Prime Seasoning

Prime Seasoning 75G

75G Prime Seasoning Original.
Garlic*, onion*, 100% grass-fed Australian freeze-dried beef liver*, oregano*, bay leaf, turmeric, celtic sea salt, black pepper*
*Certified Organic

A versatile unami seasoning to increase the nutrient value of your meals. Liver is one of the most nutrient dense foods there is and this is an easy way to add it to your food. Get creative sprinkle on eggs, meats, vegetables, hommus, popcorn, salads and more!

Blended and packed in Australia from local and imported ingredients.
Store in cool dry place away from direct sunlight. Shake bag before use.

Why use PRIME Seasoning?

This seasoning is a simple and easy way to add real trace nutrients to any meal or snack. They wanted an easy and practical way to include nutrient dense liver into our diets consistently without hassle. Also let’s be honest liver has a strong intense taste that doesn’t suit everyones pallet, prime seasoning includes 5 organic herbs along with celtic sea salt which adds a beautiful unami flavour to any meal and masks the ‘organ taste’. If your new to eating organ meats or just looking for an easy way to consistently include them in your diet then Prime is a great product for you.

OBE Certified Liver
Ethically and environmentally sourced from grass-fed organic OBE beef in central Australia. Lake Eyre Basin is a remote floodplain virtually untouched where cattle are raised with ancient purity.

Freeze Dried

Gently freeze dried to preserve all nutrients. A freeze-drying dehydration method means that no heat is used during the drying process. This process means that the vitamins and minerals remain whole and intact.

What Foods Should I Sprinkle Prime Seasoning on?
~ Eggs
~ Meats, fish & poultry
~ Popcorn
~ Sautéed or steamed vegetables
~ Roast vegetables
~ Nuts
~ Corn cobs
~ Soups
~ Stews
~ Mashed potato
~ Hommus and Dips
~ Bolognaise
~ Pasta

Why Eat Liver?
Liver contains more nutrients gram for gram than any other food.
~ An excellent source of high-quality protein
~ Nature’s most concentrated source of vitamin A
~ All the B vitamins in abundance, particularly vitamin B12
~ One of our best sources of folic acid
~ A highly usable form of iron
~ Trace elements such as copper, zinc and chromium; liver is our best source of copper
~ An unidentified anti-fatigue factor
~ CoQ10, a nutrient that is especially important for cardio-vascular function
~ A good source of purines, nitrogen-containing compounds that serve as precursors for DNA and RNA.