Coarse Sea Salt
Coarse Sea Salt is larger and flatter than table salt, but tastes and acts the same in recipes. Its medium-sized, craggy grains can be used as a visually dramatic garnish.
Ready to use. Add to taste.
Storage & handling
Store in a dry, cool place.
Sea salt, yellow prussiate of soda to prevent caking.
Salt has been a vitally important commodity throughout human civilization. Salt fulfills three major functions in cooking by seasoning and preserving food, in addition to providing essential nutrients.
Coarse Sea Salt shares its characteristically saline flavor table salt but has large, smooth, flat grains. It retains a crisper, crunchier texture than standard table salt, making it a great choice for a finishing salt or as a topping for baked goods like pretzels or crackers.
Chefs and gourmets value Coarse Sea Salt for its unique, pure taste and flaky texture. It's an easy way to add salty flavor and crisp crystalline crunch to anything from salads to desserts.
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