Low temperature dried and finely ground Convenient for Cooking, baking and finishing Sustainably hand harvested and Nature et Progres certified Naturally lower in sodium than table salt Additive free and kosher certified Celtic Sea Salt Fine Ground is the same type of salt as our coarse Light Grey Celtic variety from the coastal region of France, only dried at a low temperature then finely ground. Celtic Sea Salt Fine Ground has no additives and is not processed in any way beyond drying and grinding. With a more subtle flavor than that of the coarser variety, it is an all-purpose shaker salt convenient for use at the table or in baking. Our Celtic Sea Salt Fine Ground is kosher certified, hand harvested, and certified Nature et Progrès, the highest level of certification allowed in France. Celtic Sea Salt products never contain anti-caking agents, bleaching agents, or additives of any kind. Celtic Sea Salt products are highly recommended by many health professionals and culinary chefs, and it is no surprise why. With a natural balance of minerals and trace elements, Celtic Sea Salt products are a beneficial addition to most diets. As a natural salt, Celtic Sea Salt products are an important source of natural sodium chloride, which is vital for good health in small amounts. Unlike ordinary table salts, Celtic Sea Salt products provide potassium, magnesium and other important trace minerals. Celtic Sea Salt products impart a rich, exceptional flavor that enhances the taste of any dish. Use as a replacement for ordinary table salt in cooking, baking, or to season dishes before serving. In order to preserve optimal freshness and taste, we recommend storing Celtic Sea Salt products in a glass, wooden or ceramic container with a loose fitting lid. Celtic Sea Salt products are harvested in a way that preserves the delicate balance of ocean minerals. We hope you enjoy our wonderful salts.
I love this salt. I don't use any other kind. I make an adrenal cocktail twice a day using 4 ounces of oj, a pinch of this salt and a pinch of cream of tartar (potassium). Since I've been doing this, I just feel better and more grounded. I got this recipe on the Magnesium Advocacy Group (Facebook). The guy that created the group is a really smart guy and knows that most are deficient in magnesium. The group is based on getting more mag and improving one's health. T..
Let me put it this way: I do not have the most discriminating taste buds in the world. I dated a woman who would take a bite of butter and say "Num, this is good, the cows ate flowers on the north side of the barn". This was especially remarkable since we had zero idea where the tasty butter had come from. I on the other hand would announce, "Good butter. Very solid. No mold." This does save me a lot of money. Bottles of wine over $20 bucks are all wasted on..