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OVERVIEW:

Applewood Smoked Sea Salt by SaltWorks® is the delicious result of pure, natural flake sea salt being cold smoked over aged applewood. Known for its subtle sweetness and mild smokiness, apple wood is a popular wood smoke for use with BBQ and seasoned pork. Great for BBQ seasoning blends, BBQ sauces and spice rubs, Yakima can add more than a mild smokiness to your dishes. The savory richness of smoked salt adds deep layers of flavor to any type of cuisine, from baked beans and chili to braised vegetables—even in apple pie.

 

A great gift for more than the BBQ grill masters in your life, this smoked salt is an easy entrée into the world of artisanal salts. Use a sprinkle on your pork chops or potatoes to add a mild, smoke flavor. Thanks to the mild aroma that can pair with just about any type of meat or vegetable, this salt tends to show up in so many recipes that you’ll never want to run out.

 

Flake: The medium flake of this Applewood Smoked Sea Salt is a great size for topping and finishing foods, or using in cooking, grilling and BBQ blends.

 

INGREDIENTS:

Smoked Sea Salt

ORIGIN:

USA

CULTIVATION:

Solar Dried & Eastern Washington Applewood Smoked

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Applewood Smoked Sea Salt, Medium

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