Italian Sea Salt- ملح البحر الايطالي


A type of sea salt harvested along the coast of Sicily from the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The water from the sea is brought into the ponds and evaporated by the heat of the sun. Once dried, the salt is removed, crushed and processed into packaged sea salts. Lower in sodium content than traditional table salts, the Italian sea salts contain minerals which include: iodine, fluorine, magnesium, and potassium. Commonly referred to as Sicilian sea salts, Sale Marino or Trapani sea salts in reference to the regions producing the salt, the Italian sea salts are milled into fine or coarse grained salts with a cubed crystal shape. This variety of sea salt can be used as an ingredient in sauces and condiments or served as a finishing salt for salad greens, meats, poultry, pasta, and fish.


Translations: Itālijas jūras sāls, Italijos jūros druska, Italiană Marea Sare, Talijanski Morska sol, Ý Sea Salt, Włoski Morza Słonego, Italiaanse Zeezout, इटली के समुद्री नमक, O sal do mar italiano, Итальянский Мертвого моря, Ιταλικά θαλασσινό αλάτι, الايطالية بحر الملح, 이탈리아어 바다 소금, Italská mořské soli, Italia Laut Asin, Italyano Sea Salt, 意大利海盐, Sal marina italiana, Italijanski Sea Salt, Talianska morskej soli, Sale marino italiano, הים האיטלקי מלח, Italienska Sea Salt, Италијански сировине, イタリア海塩, Sel de mer italien, Italienisch Sea Salt, Italiensk Sea Salt, Italiensk Sea Salt, Sal marina italiana, Італійський Мертвого моря, Italian merisuola, Италианската морска сол



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