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Pink Himalayan salt plate, for cooking or serving. Multi-purpose tool for the kitchen, presented together with its metal support with wooden handles. The organoleptic properties of salt penetrate the food during cooking ensuring a healthy and tasty dish.
Himalayan salt plate with practical cooking support with wooden handles. Just leave the pink salt plate for 45/50 minutes in the oven, preheated to 250 ° C, and then mount it on its support to have a cooking tool with a certain effect.
Himalayan pink salt is a fossil marine salt that has' formed in the secondary era more than 200 million years ago.
Fior di Sale, 100% natural sea salt, harvested by hand. Pure crystals of superior quality that are formed thanks to the action of the sun and wind. Prestige packaging, complete with spoon for the service, to preserve its characteristics.
Extracted by hand from the oldest salt mines in the Himalayan border, the crystals of pink dotted characteristic are due to the presence of iron, with a delicate, subtle flavor.
Natural sea salt collected in the salt marshes of the island of Ibiza. Pure ingredient that comes from the sea thanks to the work of the sun and the breeze.
It is from England and is currently the absolute favorite of chefs worldwide.
The Dognana Park (UNESCO) is a protected area of southern Spain, overlooking the Gulf of Cadie.
Precious salt embellished with summer truffle flakes for original reworkings of great gastronomic classics. Indispensable for foie gras.
A salt, the grains look like small precious stones that light up a thousand shades depending on the angle of incidence of the sun's rays.
This high-quality salt is one of the most famous salt and is harvested using the Celtic method. The color is due to a particular clay which is deposited on the bottoms of the saline that is joined to these minerals.
It has a subtle flavor and delicate, which makes it suitable for meat, fish or vegetables. It is collected in a traditional way, in the months from June to September, according to the ancient Celtic method that involves using only wooden shovels and not of metal that could contaminate the purity.