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What are the benefits of using sea salt as compared to plain table salt?
Both are sodium chloride as I understand it (but potassium chloride is sometimes used as a substitute for table salt). "Ordinary" table salt is more refined than sea salt, which apparently has lots of trace elements. Non sea salt is mined, but the salt in these mines was originally deposited in ancient oceans anyway. So it is all sea salt. Sea salt is marketed as being brilliant, but possibly contaminated by sea pollutants such a mercury, lubricant and fuel oils.
by Thomas Byers6 years ago
Table Salt CrystalHave you ever tasted the difference's between table salt and rock salt?Sea Salt being harvested in Thailand.In case you don't know sea salt especially unrefined sea salt is a great source of nutrients...
by Kelly Kline Burnett4 years ago
Table salt verses sea salt - can you taste the difference?I have switched to sea salt for most of my cooking needs. Other than sweet corn, the table salt has been pretty much abandoned. I find the flavor of sea salt...
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 Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
The world of salt is changing very rapidly - and as a heart patient who was mandated decades ago to throw out the salt shaker because it makes fat around the heart - I am thrilled.Now comes what to do with iodine.The...
by hush44446 years ago
Isn't all salt sea salt?Isn't all salt originally from the ocean? If not, how does it form?
by carrie watts7 years ago
do you use plain or iodized salt in your pickle meat recipe
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