Coarse Sea Salt

This is sea salt from the coast of France. The crystals are relatively large, greyish in color, and somewhat moist. The flavor is very different than table salt and different than most other sea salts. Be careful about using too much as it is strong. This is a bargain at about half the price as the same product sold in gourmet food stores.
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Submitted on
02/10/2006
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byJeannie

April 18, 2006

This is a fantastic product from France, at about half th eprice found anywhere else, such as gourmet specialty shops. A typical TJs gem!
byGlorio63

September 25, 2007

Is this salt iodized?
byPandorra

February 17, 2008

Can't beat the price. I have tried then when I am out of my Celtic Grey Sea salt. AFter getting used to grey sea salts, the chemically altered and stripped table salt tastes so bitter!! yuck.

This would not be iodized since it has not been stripped of its all its natural minterals. The reason table salt is iodized is because it HAS been stripped, and the iodine had to be added back in, but it is still missing all the other trace minerals that were removed.

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