Greek Sea Salt
Greek Sea Salt is larger and flatter than table salt, but tastes and acts the same in recipes. Harvested in Greece, its medium-sized, bright white, opaque crystals offer pure salt flavor to any dish.
Ready to use. Add to taste.
Storage & handling
Store in a dry, cool place.
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.
Greek Sea Salt tastes and acts like table salt but has a larger, flatter grain. Sea Salt is obtained through the evaporation of seawater, as opposed to mining, and is used as the traditional utility salt in Greek cooking.
Sea Salt contains less sodium and less iodine, but more trace elements than mined salt. It is also usually less dense than table salt.
Chefs and gourmets value Greek Sea Salt for its unique taste and texture. It's an easy way to add an earthy savor to anything from salads to desserts.
Our convenient granulated Maple Sugar complements the deep nuances of authentic maple syrup in this decadent, pudding-like cake. Serve it warm and offset the rich sweetness with unsweetened whipped cream and a touch of bright Greek Sea Salt.