Salt is not all the Same!

With more or less intensity, we all consume salt in our daily diet. Today it is easy to find variety salt types on supermarket shelves, and we will guide you through some of them!

Refined Salt

Salt most used and commercialized, the fine grains are the result of the refining processes suffered in the industrial process. It has chemical additives that work as an anti humectant and stabilizers.

Sea Salt

Sea salt is removed manually from the salt flats and results from the evaporation of seawater. This type of salt production is elementary, does not go through any industrial process and does not contain any

Fleur de Sel

The salt flower is flaky crystals with a very characteristic flavour and aromas. Is produced through the delicate extraction of the crystals formed on the salines before they melt with Marine Salt.

Himalayan Pink Salt

Salt extracted from Himalaya with pink colour and mild flavour, found in fine grains, flakes and coarse. It is famous for the low amount of sodium and a large number of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron in its composition.

Black Salt

Salt of volcanic origin with greyish pink color which results from a mixture of unrefined minerals with a robust sulphurous aroma.

Flavoured Salt

This salt is the result of blends of salt with other ingredients, such as wine, herbs, spices, through specific techniques and methods. This salt widely used in meal preparation and seasoning.

Leave us a comment and let us know which one you use more!

Written by muthuhotelsblog

MGM Muthu Hotels is one of Europe’s leading Leisure Groups with Resorts in the Portugal, Spain, England, Scotland, France, Cuba and India.

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