Salt from the ocean

Pacific Sea Salt Facts That Will Surprise You!

Did you know that Pacific Sea Salt undergoes an evaporation process to separate the salt from the water?

Sea salt is different from refined table salt. It contains a variety of minerals that play a key role in keeping the body’s electrolytes in balance.

What are the benefits of sea salt?

Pacific Sea Salt contains vital minerals like sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, among other beneficial elements. Sea Salt is essential for sustaining the hydration levels of the body. It’s also vital for electrolyte balance.

Want to know how much salt to add in a recipe?

Add 1-2 teaspoons of salt per pound of raw meat before cooking. For each pound of vegetables, add approximately 1 teaspoon of salt. If cooking anything less than a pound only add a small pinch! Each quart of water (4 cups) used to cook pasta requires 1-2 tablespoons of salt.

How does salt kill bacteria?

Salt kills bacteria by drying them out. Salty solutions can draw water out of bacteria and dehydrate them. This makes them unable to reproduce.

What is the difference between Pacific Sea Salt and Table alt?

The main differences between sea salt and table salt are in taste, texture, and processing. Sea salt is produced through evaporation of ocean water or saltwater lakes, with little processing.

What can sea salt be used for?

Salt helps to cleanse pores, balance oil production and fight off bacteria. it may avoid breakouts and acne. Dissolve one teaspoon sea salt with four ounces of warm water in small spray bottle. Mist on clean, dry skin, avoiding eyes. Use daily or twice daily.

A Salty Conclusion

The human body needs salt but it also doesn’t need additional pollutants. So when you want to season your food, consider using only Pacific Sea Salt and, in particular, salt from New Zealand, which is surrounded by the most pristine ocean in the world.

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