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It is from England and is currently the absolute favorite of chefs worldwide. The unique feature of Maldon salt lies in the fact that present in thin flakes in the form of tiny pyramids, a truly unique crunchy.
Small flakes of white truffle make a fine salt like that of Guérande even more precious. The craftsmanship of the Guérande salt - by hand, with only wooden tools - ensures you absolute purity.
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.
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.
The pink Himalayan salt has always been appreciated for its natural qualities. It is a salt of rock salt that comes from prehistoric sediments that were created millennia ago with the withdrawal of the oceans from the Asian continent, and for this reason it is a salt rich in trace elements. Cooking on a pink Himalayan salt plate gives you the opportunity to cook healthy and tasty dishes.
Himalayan pink salt is a fossil marine salt that has' formed in the secondary era more than 200 million years ago.
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.
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.
It is from England and is currently the absolute favorite of chefs worldwide.
A fascinating salt from India, the brownish-red color with purple hues, also known as "Sanchal".
Hand picked to preserve a superior quality ingredient intact. Unique, very delicate flavor: to fully appreciate it, we recommend its use in a dish closure.
The Dognana Park (UNESCO) is a protected area of southern Spain, overlooking the Gulf of Cadie.