Himalayan Pink Salt
At 250 million years old, Himalayan pink salt it is believed to be the purest form of salt available. Hand-mined deep inside the Himalayan Mountains, coarse Himalayan pink salt crystals vary in color from almost white to shades of pink and red.
Historically, the Himalayan people used this salt to preserve their fish and meat throughout the year, and every spring they transported the salt on heavily-laden pack animals to Nepalese valleys for trade.
Coarse Himalayan pink salt may be used as you would table salt for cooking and baking: simply dissolve the salt into soups and hot dishes, or grind the coarse salt crystals with your salt grinder and mill directly onto dishes. Grind ultra-coarse grain Himalayan pink salt in your salt mill to add striking color to breads, salads, and more.