Natural and natural
This is a great natural products: will need grinding with pestle and mortar
It is difficult to pour out of the paper container
It is difficult to pour out of the paper container so I cannot regulate the amount i need
Healthy and good value for money
Great value for money. I buy this to add to everyday cooking sauces and home made fasting water because I don't want any additives in my system whilst I'm on a fast. Yes it's very coarse, so just ensure you use it with liquids rather than for sprinkling. Salt is normally slightly damp, so that's to be expected for a healthier product without all the usual drying additives. It may not be the ideal product for a salt grinder or sprinkling over your meal once it's served, but that just means you need to use the right product for the task in hand.
Healthier product excellent for baking sprinkling
Excellent for baking bread and sprinkling on salad and vegetables. Food tastes better with a little of this salt. It's a healthier option compared to refined table salt, as it has been produced without removing other the minerals such as iodine, needed for good health.
NOT OrganicIts is salt IT does not grow
Package is a card type carton with a poly bag of salt crystals A bit damp so absolutelty useless ffor agrinder refill Organic what a load of rubbnish to claim this as organic Salt is a substance that is either dug out of the ground or extracted from sea water There is no way or method to make it " Organic" soa very misleading description of a compound It is NOT GROWN so how can it be described as organic ITS SALT for gods sake
Wet and not pyramid shape crystals
Is it salt? Yes. Does it taste okay? Yes. The pack when opened is damp, meaning it would clog any grinder it is put in. The Crystal shape leads me to believe the product is rock salt, as the classic pyramid shape is not present, and some of the crystals are so hard they do not dissolve well on food. I will use this in cooking water, but to be honest not on anything else. Annoyed I bought 2 packs now!
it's probably worth noting that this product is sa
it's probably worth noting that this product is salt flakes not rock coarse rock salt for grinders. With that in mind it is a good product and worth the money. Don't use it in a grinder though as it will clog it up!
absolutely awful. The salt is in a polythene bag inside the box but when you open the bag the salt is damp and clogged together and once in your grinder its impossible to grind it out. Avoid this at all costs
This is produced in Portugal and has a brown tinge which is not at all appetising. Being of Portuguese origin, it may have a larger "carbon footprint" than other locally produced sea salts, such as Maldon Salt.
Was damp (or appeared damp) and blocked up grinder. Won't buy this again