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Old 12-27-2012, 08:37 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Trumpstylz View Post
Once you switch you won't go back.
Amen to that. I haven't touched "the shaker" in a few years since I discovered Kosher salt.

Well....ok, I've used iodized a couple times out of necessity, but it has a strong chemical/burning taste now that I've become accustom to Kosher.

I also have some Italian flavored salt. It's made by seasoning the sea water with spices and herbs before it evaporates, so the salt that's left behind is "impregated" with the herbs and flavors. I've got pictures of the jar I have if anybody's interested.

Do a Google search for Himalayan Pink salt. :)

I love salt.
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