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Salt (NaCl) Sodium Chloride traces its discovery and usage back 8000 years to an area now known as Roumania. Salt is an essential element to human health.
The word “salary” comes from the Latin word for salt as a result of the Roman legions were paid in salt.
Morton’s Salt is the most common in America.
The Maldon Salt Company has an international following and a royal pedigree.
WTR’s favorite salt is Le Saunier de Carmargue Fleur de Sel.
Fleur de sel can only be collected when the weather is very sunny and dry. The salt formation results in salt crystals that are not uniform. The salt has a much higher amount of moisture than common salt and the crystals stick together in snowflake forms. This allows it to linger on your tongue so it tastes saltier, therefore, you will use less.
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