Joe Godlewski, a Retired barber from Cresapton, MD wasn't happy that all of the television chefs who were always asking for kosher salt in recipes.
"I said, 'What the heck's the matter with Christian salt?'" Godlewski said, sipping a beer in his living room when being interviewed by the Associated Press.
By next week, his trademarked Blessed Christians Salt will be available at Ingredients Corporation of America.
The sea salt, complete with a blessing by an Episcopal priest will also sell the salt through Christian bookstores and as a fundraising tool for religious groups.
If is salt is profitable he also plans to market Christian versions of rye bread, bagels and pickles.