Kosher salt is a course-grained natural salt with no additives. It is used for creating kosher meat by salting the meat to remove excess blood after animal slaughter.
The name is a bit misleading. It would more accurately be called "salt for making meat kosher." For use in eating, all salt is kosher, that is acceptable to eat.
People like kosher salt for the same reason that they like course-ground sea salt. Kosher salt has large grains that give a different flavor. It's really nice sprinkled on kabobs on the grill.
by eatlikenoone7 years ago
What types of salt do you use in your kitchen? I use kosher salt for most of my cooking and baking. I use various types of sea salt for seasoning stuff at the table. And I like the Real Salt brand sea salt for popcorn.
by Paul Edmondson7 years ago
What specialty salts do you recommend for barbecuing?I've been experimenting a little with different flavors of salt. I'm looking for recommendations of salt to put on pork, chicken or beef.
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