Gray Sea Salt
Salt farmers, following strict harvesting procedures, have produced coarse Gray Sea Salt salt for more than 1,500 years. Gray sea salt is natural, containing essential nutrients. Use to finish a dish. Sprinkle onto vegetables, salads, fish and other meats.
Gray salt [sometimes called sel gris, French for, yeah, gray salt] is sea salt traditionally from the coastal area of Guerande, Brittany, France. The salt is "moist" and unrefined. It remains a light grey, light purplish color because of the clay from the salt flats where it is collected. The salt is not collected by machine but by hand using traditional methods. Gray Sea Salt is rich in trace mineral content.
Gray Sea Salt is best when used as a finishing salt - add at the end of the cooking process or in finishing a dish. Try on pasta, salads, baked potatoes or eggs and potatoes at breakfast. Grind slightly in a mortar and pestle and use to finish your favorite fish or beef. Wonderful on dry-aged beef!