Snow salt Yukishio 500g

This salt is more natural than most of the other salts on the market, it has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the salt containing the highest number of minerals. In 2000, the snow salt Yukishio has been declared “best salt worldwide”. Its name of «snow salt» comes from its resemblance with icing sugar and its lightness: a teaspoon weigh 5g (a normal salt would weigh 17g).

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22.20€ TTC

pplications : 

About 3 times more normal salt is necessary to obtain the same salting power: using Yukishio is both more economical and healthy.

Perfect combination :

It is maybe too soft to use with dishes needing a strong salty taste, but it can bring a deep flavor to any ingredient. Used with a subtle touch in soups and stews, or also to dress meat and fish, foie gras, vegetables etc. It can also be used to make a «salted water», drunk by some people for its health benefits.

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Snow salt is made on Miyako-jima island in Okinawa (the southernmost Prefecture in Japan). It is an island surrounded by a coral reef in a clear blue sea. Snow salt is made by using an underground seawater infiltrated in rock from coral origin. 

This is the salt containing the highest number of minerals (18 differents minerals: Sodium, Magnesium, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Manganese, Zinc, Chrome, Copper, Chlorine, Cobalt,Nickel, Brome, Strontium, Fluorine, Sulfur, Bore, Lithium).

 

  • Ingredients : 100% salt
  • Packaging : 500 g net sachet
  • Storage : Preferably, keep in a small air-tight recipient in a refrigerator to avoid clustering.
  • Origin : Miyako-Jima (Okinawa), Japan

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Snow salt Yukishio 500g

Snow salt Yukishio 500g

This salt is more natural than most of the other salts on the market, it has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the salt containing the highest number of minerals. In 2000, the snow salt Yukishio has been declared “best salt worldwide”. Its name of «snow salt» comes from its resemblance with icing sugar and its lightness: a teaspoon weigh 5g (a normal salt would weigh 17g).

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