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Himalayan black salt

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Also known as Kala Namak (its original name), Himalayan black salt is a volcanic salt from India, rich in minerals such as iron and sulfur, which gives it its characteristic color and flavor.

Characteristics of black salt from the Himalayas:

  • Appearance / Color: greyish crystals with coppery tones.

  • Size / grain size: 1 to 2 mm.

  • Organoleptic characteristics: its flavor and aroma are reminiscent of boiled eggs due to their sulfur content.

Black salt has less sodium content, which makes it more suitable for consumption by people with high blood pressure.

Cooking with black salt:

It can be used in all types of sauces, curries, soups of Indian cuisine and is widely used in vegan food, especially in dishes that want to emulate the taste of eggs.


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