We read a lot about reducing our salt consumption in our diet. I did, and my blood pressure went up. Hmh! Then I read some half-scientific journals and discovered that I was eating the wrong salt, aka table salt (which is very harsh because it has been over-processed). So I switched to unprocessed sea salts, like this Sal do Mar from Portugal. It has a light sweet taste, and it has all the important micro-nutrients (minerals, etc.) our bodies need. The quality is great. It comes in a re-sealable pouch. You can use it by sprinkling it on you food (or in your soup), but I prefer to use a salt grinder. I use it daily, and I believe I have become more energetic, stronger and more flexible. Well, I am also a Yogi :).
I love this salt! I've been buying light grey Celtic Sea Salt but finally bought this and I like it better for everyday, any food use. It's moist, unlike Celtic Sea Salt, and it's not as chunky. I love chunky salt for meat and hearty/savory dishes but this is good on everything. I don't know if moist salt means it's better or more unrefined but I know that the sea salt my parents brought home straight from France was moist just like this so I guess that makes me feel like it's even more legit. Will be buying again. Great taste and quality!
very good quality, use it on everything & add it to my water (1/2 teaspoon per liter) for an electrolyte effect. great for hydration ( contrary to what we are taught about salt!). will never go back to plain table salt, this has a lot of nutritional value as well as great value price wise. get it, you won't be disappointed!
I like unrefined sea salt as it has more taste and I can use less. Also sea salt has iodine and is good for health. A packet like this last me a lot time and though it is more expensive than the salt bought at the supermarket but the paste is worth the extra cost. Besides you can use less of the salt in cooking and you can actually saved that way.