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When we go places, we often buy stuff. Yeah, I know it happens to others as well.  Sometimes that. “Stuff” winds up as a treasured souvenir, sometimes not. I have a 3/4 full bottle of St. Maarten flavored rum that has been “aging” since 2001. So last time we were in Bonaire (2years ago?) we did an excursion that included the salt flats and slave huts on the south end. Back in town, we wandered, noticed a shop selling Bonaire sea salt.  We bought a salt-crystal grinder of Bonaire sea salt. Got home, put it on the shelf. A few days ago we needed salt on the table, happened to notice the Bonaire salt. Used it. OMG! The flavor is amazing! If you are fortunate enough to stop in Bonaire, buy some salt to take home. 
 

Stan

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