Using Sea Salt
The most familiar use of salt undoubtedly is in the kitchen and on the dining table. Salt accents the flavour of meat, brings out individuality of vegetables, puts “oomph” into bland starches, deepens the flavour of delicate desserts and develops flavour of melons and certain other fruits. No other seasoning has yet been found that can satisfactorily take the place of salt.
Here are a few ways to use Salt of the Earth’s Hand Harvested Celtic Sea Salt:
- Waterless Cooking – Cut vegetables to desired size and shape, place in a heavy base saucepan. Sprinkle with a little Hand Harvested Sea Salt and add enough water to cover the bottom of the pan. Simmer gently with lid on until water has evaporated and vegetables are tender. Hand Harvested Sea Salt brings the water out of the vegetables so they cook in their own juices.
- Helps masks bitter tastes, making naturally bitter foods like chocolate and broccoli become delicious. Stir a small amount of salt in a bitter cup of coffee.
- Mix Salt of the Earth’s Celtic Sea Salt with your favourite essential oils to create a therapeutic bath.
- Ideal for all animals especially involved in racing & other sports.
- Mix salt with water and use as a mouthwash or throat gargle.
- Use dry to preserve salad greens.
- Add to boiling water to keep cracked eggs intact.
- Beaten in with Egg Whites to make them fluffier.
- Soak apples to freshen.
- Use in boiling water to increase the intensity of heat and shorten cooking time.