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Real Salt

Updated on October 3, 2012

Is your salt real?

Personally, I cannot stand standard table salt. It burns my tongue and I just feel gross eating it. I've tried a few different sea salts (one is mentioned in this lens), and while they are better than a standard table salt, they do not compare to Real Salt. Real Salt is unlike any other salt I've had before. It doesn't have the overpowering saltiness that table salt (like Morton salt) has. It also has less sodium and lots of important minerals. It's a salt I can feel good about using. I would recommend Real Salt to everyone and anyone because it's simply the best! If you haven't tried it yet, then you better put it on your grocery list and get yourself some. Once you've tasted this salt, you will never go back to nasty, processed table salt ever again.

This is not a paid or sponsored review. I just really love Real Salt!

Photos in this lens were taken by me.

The Real Salt Story

Long ago in what is now Central Utah, Native Americans found a mineral-rich salt deposit from an ancient sea when they saw deer eating the soil. In 1959, Milo and Lamar Bosshardt were struggling to keep their family farm afloat when they discovered that this salt deposit extended beneath their land. They began selling the salt to local farmers for their animals and heard reports the farmers were using the salt to season their own food. People insisted this "real" salt be made available for everyday use, and the Real Salt brand was born.

Today we still bring Real Salt to you in its natural state - without additives, chemicals, or heat processing of any kind. Real Salt's unique pinkish appearance and flecks of color come from more than 60 naturally occurring trace minerals. The result is a delicate "sweet salt" flavor that you may not have experienced before.

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Don't forget to read Real Salt testimonials from satisfied customers!

Real Salt Testimonials

Real Salt

Nutrition facts:

Serving size: 1/4 tsp

Calories: 0

Total fat: 0g

Sodium: 530mg

Total carbohydrates: 0g

Trace minerals:

Sodium chloride - 98.32%

Calcium - 40%

Potassium - 12%

Sulphur - 11%

Magnesium - 10%

Iron - .06%

Phosphorus - .05%

Iodine - .002%

Manganese - .0015%

Copper - .001%

Zinc - .0006%

Ingredients: 100% real salt

Real Salt has a pinkish color and the other flecks of color come from more than 60 natural trace minerals.

Real Salt has a pinkish color and the other flecks of color come from more than 60 natural trace minerals.
Real Salt has a pinkish color and the other flecks of color come from more than 60 natural trace minerals.

Roland Sea Salt

Nutrition facts:

Serving size: 1/4 tsp

Calories: 0

Total fat: 0g

Sodium: 400mg

Total carbohydrates: 0g

Ingredients: natural sea salt, magnesium carbonate (2% maximum)

Roland Sea Salt is white and more coarse than regular table salt.

Roland Sea Salt is white and more coarse than regular table salt.
Roland Sea Salt is white and more coarse than regular table salt.

Morton Salt

Nutrition facts:

Serving size: 1/4 tsp

Calories: 0

Total fat: 0g

Sodium: 590mg

Total carbohydrates: 0g

Ingredients: salt, calcium silicate

Morton salt is white and very fine.

Morton salt is white and very fine.
Morton salt is white and very fine.

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