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Persian Blue Salt, 200g Ayurveda: Persian blue salt does not lift Pitt. Persian blue salt is extracted from northern Iran and is one of the most unusual, rare forms of salt known to mankind in the world due to its unique color resulting from the formation of salt crystal structure (by pressure) and its low content of sylvite or potassium chloride. ...
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Blue Persian salt, 200g

Ayurveda: Blue Persian salt does not lift Pitt.

Persian blue salt is obtained in northern Iran and is one of the most unusual, rare forms of salt known to mankind in the world due to its unique color resulting from the formation of salt crystal structure (by pressure) and its low content of sylvite or potassium chloride. The blue hue is due to optical illusions. The finer the salt is ground, the less it reflects blue.

Interestingthat the taste of salt is initially very salty, but after a moment the strong taste disappears, leaving a mild and pleasant aftertaste. Cooking experts recognize that Persian blue salt is an absolute necessity in every good kitchen. Salt will enhance and complement the bouquet of taste for virtually any meal, but generally Persian blue salt is considered to be dessert salt.

Persian blue salt will give you a great visual effect if you sprinkle it over freshly prepared food, leaving the salt crystals crushed.

We recommend add this salt to freshly cooked seafood as well as various vegetable and meat dishes, and don't be afraid to experiment with it by adding different desserts (like caramel ice cream).

100 g Persian blue salt contains:

85,8 g sodium chloride (including 29 g sodium and 56,8 g chlorine);

The sulfur content is not specified;

0,097 g calcium;

0,028 g magnesium;

13 g of potassium and other macronutrients and trace elements.

Place of acquisition: Iran.

It is recommended to store in a dry and dark place.

Weight: 200g

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