Atlantic Salt

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ATLANTIC SEA SALT: From the ocean's main waters is has a green hue to it. The green tint comes from the large amount of sediment which it contains. This salt has a nice, fresh, green flavor to it. I would not use this salt in sauces or consommés since it has a lot of deposits, which tend to really cloud clear water when dissolved. It is a medium course grain. This salt has a very sea like flavor to it. A variety called Casco Bay is a larger crystal salt from colder water, which makes it not quite as intense.

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