Kid Chefs can make herbal salt for home and holiday gifts. The grinder for herbs shown here is great to refresh the flavor of the dried herbs. In the autumn, kids can harvest the organic herbs from the garden, dry them by tying a string around a small bunch of the stems, and hang them to dry in a cool shady spot for a week. Kids can remove the leaves from the stems to make this traditional seasoning for all kinds of foods. Real Salt is a natural sea salt with more than 60 trace minerals from an ancient sea bed in Redmond, Utah without additives or anti-caking chemicals. Mix 4 tablespoons dried parsley, 3 tablespoons dried sage, 2 tablespoons dried rosemary, and 1 tablespoon dried thyme into a bowl and crumble. Add 1 cup sea salt, mix, and pour into a large holed shaker.