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Salt, natural salt, sea salt, kosher salt?

Colin | Jul 17, 2002 03:13 AM

So I don't understand salt. I know sea salt tastes the best. I've even bought some truly expensive salt from France which for some reason was called celtic salt. And I know the U.S. started adding iodide to salt for it's health benefits.

But recently I bought rock salt from Vietnam and its called natural salt. It's not exactly pure looking and was very inexpensive. What exactly did I buy? Any ideas? Should I use it in my salt grinder or is it better suited for use in a brine?

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