Salt 101

Salt 101

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Why Buy Sea Salts

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Natural gourmet sea salts enhance the flavor of your foods and your life. Home chefs are discovering bold new ways to prepare and present familiar and exotic foods. Natural sea salts have many esse...

Salt History

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Salt is essential to life. The chemical name for salt is sodium chloride or NaCl. Sodium and chloride are both electrolytes that conduct electricity and can be found in body fluid, tissue, and blood. ...

Where in the World did that Salt come from?

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Location is the most critical aspect of artisan salt making. The location determines where the sea water comes from to make the brine and the environment in which the brine is evaporated to create ...

Dead Sea History

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The Dead Sea is a lake fed by the Jordan River and in ancient times it was known by many names such as the Salt Sea, the Eastern Sea, and the Sea of Sodom. Most of the names reference the fact that...

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Dead Sea Rejuvenation

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The water of the Dead Sea contains 21 minerals including magnesium, calcium, bromine and potassium. Twelve of these are found in no other area or ocean and some are recognized for imparting a relaxed ...

Salt Information Guide

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The Salt Salt Superstore produces one of the largest collections of naturally produced gourmet sea salts in the world. The gourmet sea salt collections are available in bulk packaging, retail packagin...

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