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Response to SoFlaDem (Original post)

Tue Feb 5, 2019, 12:57 PM

4. I've used a lot of different kinds of salt

Some of the more exotic ones have a bit of additional flavors to them, but that's because they have been processed to add those additional flavors.

So called "pink" salt has mineral impurities, but is generally a naturally occurring product which is either mined or produced in brine drying beds. I can't really tell much difference from regular kosher salt.

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