How to Buy Celtic Sea Salt

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Table salt does not carry the same richness of flavor possessed by Celtic Sea Salt, which is unrefined ocean salt complete with minerals. Celtic Sea Salt adds nutrients to your diet and improves taste at the same time. Many professional chefs will only use sea salt in their dishes. Here is how to achieve gourmet results by buying and using Celtic Sea Salt.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Read about Celtic Sea Salt on the company web site, the Grain & Salt Society homepage. Celtic Sea Salt is free of harmful chemicals and can help reverse nutritional and mineral deficiencies.

  2. 2

    Purchase Celtic Sea Salt online through the Grain & Salt Society company website or at an authorized retailer site, such as True Harvest. Order a free catalog from the Grain & Salt Society if you would rather browse the offerings before purchasing. You can also view their catalog online.

  3. 3

    Browse the other products in the Celtic Sea Salt Family while shopping. The Celtic Sea Salt Brand makes bath products, such as natural bath salts, and soaps as well as edible salt.

  4. 4

    Look for Celtic Sea Salt at a local health food store or gourmet shop. Even small specialty stores occasionally carry Celtic Sea Salt. For example, Better Thymes in Front Royal, VA sells Celtic Sea Salt products.

  5. 5

    Check out the recipes on the Grain & Salt Society website for ideas to incorporate Celtic Sea Salt into your meals every day. Options range from Roasted Sea Bass to chewy oatmeal cookies.

  6. 6

    Enjoy the distinctive and satisfying taste of real Celtic sea salt. Use it as table salt to season your meals, as well as in cooking and in baking. When using Celtic sea salt for baking, use the finest ground available. The courser salt is wonderful for meat rubs and poultry seasoning.

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