Salt Baby Salt

I’m not a big souvenir kinda gal. I don’t bring home t-shirts or shot glasses from vacations. I hate buying things that will go in a drawer and never be seen again.

So what did I bring home from my trip to Denmark?



I know, you think I’m crazy. Hear me out. Everywhere we went in Denmark they had the most amazing salt. In small bowls with tiny little spoons. It was found at restaurants and homes alike. Georgous flake salt that tasted like a fresh day on the beach. When the salt touched your tongue it was like there was salt spray on your face.

So I bought some salt…just a bit.

Oh, and a badass stone salt dish (with an adorable tiny little spoon!)




Whats the strangest souvenir you’ve ever bought?

Was it salt…?

Author: Kristen

Kristen & her husband El Granto & their Vizsla Odin live in a converted Storefront in downtown Toronto.

3 thoughts on “Salt Baby Salt”

  1. After studying abroad in Germany, I needed cheap souvenirs to bring back for friends. I found lighters at a local grocery store that said, “We love groceries!” in German, and they were two for a euro. “We love groceries!” That’s awesome!

    Naturally, I bought tons of them and left them in my carryon. Dur. All but 2 were confiscated at the airport.

    So instead of the lighters, my friends just got a lame story of my stupidity.

  2. Bongbrushes from Germany! Huh? Hear me out! I’m a herbalist and they clean out jars just beautifully 🙂 The security guards at Munich were snickering why anyone would bring toilet brushes in their luggage!
    I’ve been lurking for a while, and immensely enjoy your blog!

    1. Bongbrushes? HAHAHA that’s hilarious! They would do a darn good job of cleaning out jars though. Especially those swing top bottles from Ikea!

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