good ol sodium chloride
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by 101010011 on Jul 11, 2012
this salt is very, very good. i find the heartiness and grain size of this sea variety go best with meats and fish. on lighter foods like vegetables and soups, a celtic grey seems to be a better compliment. the glass jar is convenient and makes it easy to scoop out exact measurements. happy salting
Posted by Reviewer1979468 on Nov 25, 2012
Posted by 4715869769198496142 on Jan 12, 2013
great taste! grainy salt good for sprinkling over food.
French Celtic Sea Salt
Posted by 5068398042860966487 on Dec 10, 2014
First time I have ever tried French Celtic Sea Salt. It is wonderful, never knew there was so much difference in salt taste. It does have better flavor. Purchased after I had read this description on the web. French sea salts are hand-harvested from pristine Atlantic seawater. These delicious sea salts are unrefined so they retain more of the trace minerals that naturally occur in seawater. These minerals include natural iodine. French grey sea salt, or Sel Gris, is harvested using traditional Celtic methods. This prized process is done entirely by hand, using only wooden tools. This preserves the pure taste of the French salt, and produces a very special moist crystalline texture.
Posted by 5305735598514981353 on May 15, 2014
Fine, damp salt that dissolves easily leaving some residue that's typical of most sea salts. It's more "wet" than other salts I've used so far but I've no issue with it.