Sea Salt

Sea Salt Definition

Sea Salt is a form of salt formed from the evaporation of seawater. It has a larger particle size than ordinary table salt.

Sea Salt comes in different particle size gradations, including very coarse, which may require grinding in a mill or mortar and pestle before application use.

Here’s our favorite sea salt.

Fine Ground Celtic Sea Salt

If you’re looking for a sea salt that is versatile enough for use both as table salt and in your favorite dishes and recipes, look no further than our fine-ground Celtic Sea Salt. With a subtle flavor and delicious taste, it’s a great all-purpose salt to keep on hand in your kitchen. It can also be used for recipes, baking, pickling, and much more. This fine ground sea salt comes in (1) pantry-friendly 5-pound bag. Celtic Sea Salt is authentic, unprocessed whole salt from pristine coastal regions.

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