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Gifts under $15 for the home cook and more

Play Santa, but save.

Let’s face it: no one wants to go broke buying gifts. In the spirit of giving and saving, opt for everything from finishing salt to unicorn salt (seriously, this is real) to honey. Best of all, each item is $15 and under.

Malvi Marshmallow Confections: Yummy, fluffy marshmallows sandwiched between shortbread cookies. Yep, that’s that this company’s recipe for deliciousness. On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays now through Sunday, Jan. 24, an assortment of goods including a Malvi 4-pack, s’mores and hot cocoa is $3 - $7 at a pop-up shop (2200 Avalon Boulevard). For other locations, click here.

Gunshow Finishing Salt: Looking for a good catch? Try this tangy spice finishing salt blend, which includes salt, black pepper, garlic, sumac and more. Each canister is $15.

Macaron Queen: The perfect stocking stuffers come in small packages. Five-pack macarons are available as seasonal, featuring fun flavors like blueberry cheesecake and pistachio or holiday, with green pistachio and more. Each pack is $10.

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Beautiful Briny Sea: Sugar and spice and everything nice. This artisan dry-goods company offers 100-percent handmade products from locally grown herbs. Opt for flavors such as Santa salt, Magic Unicorn salt and Pocketful of Starlight sugar with vanilla beans. Available for $8 - $15 each. View the catalog here.

Bellina Alimentari: Here’s something to buzz about: a honey gift set. Available in lemon and multi-flower, each bottle is a natural, organic treat. Available here for $9 each.

Mouth.com: Bourbon isn’t just for drinking. Give the gift of bourbon barrel aged soy sauce. The smoky, slightly sweet flavor features a hint of bourbon, making it great for stir-fry dishes and more.

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