Description: Natural & Pure Gourmet Food Grade. Dry salt, high mineral content. We only import the highest quality food grade Himalayan salts.
Good Enough to Eat?
Salt from the Himalayas has long been enjoyed in culinary dishes; it tastes great, and has many trace minerals that other types of salt do not have. It goes by many different names, including “King’s Salt”, “White Gold”, and “Salt of Life”, all indicative of its value and high status.
Ordinary table salt is usually “cleaned” and goes through a chemical process that often robs it of many trace minerals and nutrients. Sodium chloride is the product left over after this harsh treatment - a somewhat unnatural form of salt that our bodies have a difficult time utilizing and digesting. Himalayan salt is delivered to you raw in its natural, pure form and contains minerals and nutrients from the Himalayan mountains.
High-quality, gourmet food-grade Himalayan salt is quite popular for consumption. Cooks use it in all kinds of dishes: omelettes, stir-fry, steak, and much more. In most cooking, fine-grain works best, but larger crystals are great for baked goods (think giant pretzels) and other dishes where large pieces of salt are preferred.
Do You want to buy this salt for bathing and for cooking? What grain sizes are best for each?
If you’d like to use Himalayan salt in your favorite food, a good rule of thumb is to buy a fine grain size. That way, you can use them in your tabletop salt shaker. When bathing, it’s up to you! Large grain sizes take longer to dissolve .Smaller grain sizes dissolve faster and are also great to use as an exfoliant.