Not the Salt of the Earth, but it Should Be In Your Kitchen

Not all salts are created equal. In fact, most of them are of a lesser stature, especially the iodized tiny cubes of the common table salt. There are better choices out there, choices that remove the iodine and the anti-caking agents and leave you with pure, true, salt.

Amongst some really, really, tasty salts out there is one that stands out above them all: Maldon Sea Salt. Seriously, all you need to do is taste test this with any other salt and it's going to be very obvious. It's mild, yet penetrating taste, adds that perfect finishing touch to any dish you would consider salting. I like it so much, I now carry a pinch tin of it in my pocket.

As Slate Magazine so eloquently put it, "It's half the price of a movie ticket in New York City. Shut up and buy this salt."

'Nuff said.


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