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Celtic sea salt 70 g

Item No.: 3032
Unrefined, mineral-rich coarse Celtic dried sea salt from Guerande (France) in a handy grinder.
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EAN:
8717953146571
3,95

Sel gris, gray Celtic sea salt, is extracted by hand in the salt marshes of Guérande (Brittany, France).

The salt is natural, unrefined, mineral-rich (including magnesium, calcium and iron) and dried * for use in a handy salt mill.

It is dried at a low temperature, leaving the composition of the salt intact. The difference with moist sea salt is therefore only the percentage of moisture (approx. 4% compared to 6 to 7% for the moist sea salt).

Use

This very mineral-rich Celtic coarse sea salt is a seasoning for many dishes. Delicious as a marinade for fish, for example. As a salt water solution it is ideal as an additional mineral boost.

Sel gris is not only suitable for human consumption. Animals also benefit from extra minerals by adding this table salt to feed or drinking water. Or use it as fertilizer for house or garden plants or to mineralize the soil. Sel gris can even be used as toothpaste.

This refillable grinder is only suitable for grinding dried, coarse Celtic sea salt. The salt mill has two grinding settings: coarse and fine. By default, the grain is set to fine, but by pulling up the grinder it is also possible to produce a larger grain.

Ingredients: 100% sea salt.

Content: 80 grams.

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