Mill Grind Sea Salt
Mill Grind Sea Salt tastes and acts like table salt, but can be ground to different sizes. Small crystal rocks of salt are sized for efficient grinding by hand in a mill or with a mortar and pestle to suit any application of garnish or ingredient.
Sort carefully for stones prior to use. Grind in mill. Add to recipe as called for, or use as seasoning directly from mill.
Storage & handling
Store in a dry, cool place.
Natural sea salt.
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. Due to its unique ability to preserve food, salt was considered so valuable as to be considered a form of currency in some cultures.
Mill Grind Sea Salt tastes and acts like table salt, but can be ground to different sizes. Sea salt is obtained through the evaporation of seawater, as opposed to mining.
Because of its origin, sea salt contains less sodium and less iodine, but more trace elements than mined salt. These trace elements add subtle mineral flavors to all culinary applications.
Chefs, gourmets and home cooks value Mill Grind Sea Salt for its unique taste and ability to be ground to different sizes. Depending on its application, salt can be used to intensify sweetness as well as counteract bitterness in foods. Another interesting fact is that salt also plays a role in the texture of food, including cheese, bread and processed meats like sausage. As a finishing garnish, salt can also add a crunchy texture to items like pretzels and caramel.
Moist, flavorful salmon gets the no-fuss treatment in this easy dish, where our Coarse Mill-Ground Sea Salt complements the bright acidity of fresh-squeezed lemon juice. A final shower of fresh dill continues the theme.