Salty Obsession

 

Peruvian Pink Salt

Peruvian Pink Salt

Your kitchen should have a few varieties of salt on hand, because salt, in moderation, makes everything better.

 

Flower of Bali is only available in limited quantities. It is hand harvested once a year by evaporating sea water in hollowed out trunks of palm trees. Crystals form on the very top of the water and are hand gathered. Best used as a finishing salt. $15 saltworks

Flower of Bali is only available in limited quantities. It is hand harvested once a year by evaporating sea water in hollowed out trunks of palm trees. Crystals form on the very top of the water and are hand gathered. Best used as a finishing salt. $15 saltworks

 There are salts harvested in palm trunks.

 

Salish Smoked Salt is organic Pacific Sea salt that is cool smoked over red alderwood. No artificial coloring or flavoring is added. Salish gives food a delicious smoke flavor both on and off the BBQ. Try on Salmon, red meat, creamy pasta dishes & baked potatoes! $16

Salish Smoked Salt is organic Pacific Sea salt that is cool smoked over red alderwood. No artificial coloring or flavoring is added. $16 at saltworks.com

There are smoked salts.

 

A variety pack from Dean and Deluca!

A variety pack from Dean and Deluca!

For the person who can’t make up their mind, there is the artisanal salt package from Dean and Deluca.

 

Actual Salt bricks, used for serving and cooking upon

Actual Salt bricks, used for serving and cooking upon. $25-40 at deananddeluca.com

For the super cool salt aficionado, there are these incredible salt bricks and plates that are mined from salt deposits in the Himalayas.

 

My personal favorite, Hawaiian sea salt

My personal favorite, Hawaiian sea salt

If I may make a personal recommendation, try the Old Time Alaea Hawaiian sea salt.  It’s amazing, it’s a pretty coral color, and available from Long’s pharmacy (located all over Hawaii) for about $5.  You can also order online (it will cost a bit more, but still less than a flight to Hawaii) from salthawaii.com.

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