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Himalayan Salt – A Buyer’s Guide

The biggest complaint about salt is that it contains excess sodium – and that's what comes from those flakes you put on your food or into your food preparation containers. And that's where this salt gets its name: the pink color of the flakes indicates a higher concentration of sodium.

Another reason the salt is popular is because it has so many beneficial minerals that you find in other types of salt. According to Wikipedia, the minerals in Himalayan salt include "magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium, potassium chloride, sulfur, chromium, copper, iron, manganese, and iodine". This is because the crystals in Himalayan salt have been filtered out of the natural deposits of sea salt, giving them their natural color.

Himalayan pink salt is one of the most well-known salts in the world. It's widely known for its pink color, making it ideal for decorating, baking and cooking with.

More than a decade ago, I was introduced to Pink Himalayan salt by my friend, Susan. Before long, I discovered that there are many ways to use it in my cooking.

You can add it to soups, stews, casseroles, sauces and more, but it works best when used in its purest form – in food and in baking. But what makes this type of salt special?

Well, a lot of it has to do with the way it's made. The most common and most processed form of Himalayan salt is what's referred to as "Bergamot". It's actually a sea salt, or sea salt crystals, created by removing the softer deposits from sea salt.

Another benefit of Himalayan salt is that it's often referred to as "super" salt, because of the minerals that it contains that you just can't get from regular table salt. Because of this, you don't have to worry about any harmful chemicals in it – and you can use it in any way you'd use regular table salt.

While some people use it in cooking and baking, most people prefer to buy it in its most natural form and use it in their everyday life. That's why it's so popular that I have to post a warning to consumers, that Himalayan salt is much more expensive than regular table salt – and they will only last for so long.

Since Himalayan salt is mined out of the highlands of Nepal, the quality of the salt is limited and often low. This isn't a bad thing though, since the cost is still relatively low compared to the alternatives, and you can get great value for your money if you use Himalayan salt instead.

It's important to know that Himalayan salt is chemically altered by being heated. Although you won't see any differences in the quality of the salt after heating it, you will notice that it retains a much brighter pink color and won't look nearly as harsh as ordinary table salt.

In fact, many people prefer pink Himalayan salt over regular table salt. That's because the color it develops during the process of heating gives it a unique and very noticeable color.

If you're looking for an alternative to table salt, Himalayan salt may be just what you're looking for. It's just a matter of picking up a little box or jar and using it instead of regular table salt.