Fine Sea Salt
Used on most dining room tables as well as a central ingredient in just about every recipe, from appetizers to desserts, salt is the world's most popular seasoning. It can be used as its own seasoning, to elevate other flavors and it can even provide a necessary nutrients. Salt has historically been used in the preservation of foods such as brined meats, pickled vegetables, cheeses and commercial foods have heavily relied on its use (although usually to the detriment of the general consumer).
A good home chef knows how to enhance a dish using salt by complimenting other flavors rather than rendering them "salty." Sea salt comes from the Caribbean (the Cayman Islands), France, Ireland, Italy, and the Northeastern United States (from the Maine and Cape Cod region). France's sea salt, known as fleur de sel , or "flower of salt," is widely believed to be the standard-bearer of all sea salts. It is also known as sal del mare or sale marino.
Our unrefined, gourmet quality Sea Salt is solar-evaporated pacific sea salt. In the harvesting of sea salt, seawater is collected in big trays, and staged outdoors where the sun and wind evaporate the water, leaving behind the salt. Seawater is packed with 84 natural minerals and natural sea salt contains trace amounts of iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc, and iodine.
Many of our customers find natural sea salt to be more flavorful than traditional, refined table salt (which has had these trace minerals removed). You'll want to keep your salt from absorbing moisture so store it covered and away from humidity. We recommend that you toss in a few grains of brown rice in your salt shaker to keep it freely flowing. In addition to home sizes of our gourmet sea salt we also offer a bulk sea salt for those that need larger quantities.
Three of our favorite recipes using this salt are Sweet Potato Peanut Soup, Crispy Cajun Chicken Wings, and Spanish Shrimp Tapas.
Serving Size1 tsp
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