Salt, Italian Sea (Fine)
Italian sea salt is produced from the low waters of the Mediterranean Sea along the coast of Sicily. It is a natural salt rich in minerals such as iodine, fluorine, magnesium, and potassium with a much lower percentage of sodium chloride than regular table salt. The salt pans are filled with the seawater in the spring and left to evaporate relying on the heat of the Sicilian sun and strong African winds. Harvesting takes place once the water has evaporated. The salt crystals are crushed and ground without further refining. These salts have a delicate taste and plenty of flavor without being too strong. Use anywhere instead of table salt to highlight salads, finish roasts and sauces. Great as a garnish on bruschetta.