2 part of table salt plus 1 part of lawry’s seasoned salt. How much salt is that.

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    The quote alone says nothing at all about the total volume, just the ratio of the two components. Hopefully there's more context somewhere
    – Chris H
    Commented Dec 23, 2023 at 16:58
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    The question is unclear. As pointed out above, is this parts by volume? or mass / weight? is your confusion about the meaning of the word "part" in this context"? or are you asking about the final sodium / salt content of whatever recipe you are making? Where did this come from? What recipe are you citing? Commented Dec 24, 2023 at 15:45

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Assuming you mean Lawry's seasoned salt the ratio of salt to "other ingredients" (i.e. "seasoning" - sugar, spices, etc.) appears to give a total (with 2 parts salt) of about 2.67 parts salt by volume, depending which particular "plain table salt" nutrition label you look at (they vary more than I expected.)

By weight, 2.83 parts

I'm using sodium content as a proxy for salt.

Lawry's nutrition label

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