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OVERVIEW:

Hickory Smoked Sea Salt is one of the most versatile smoked sea salts around. Due to the delicate flake texture, this gourmet salt works well as both a finishing salt and an ingredient salt. Hickory Smoked Sea Salt flakes dissolve quickly and evenly in stews and sauces, adding a rich depth while still allowing you to control the amount of robust, salty flavor. A natural match in BBQ rubs, spice blends and sauces, this salt shines with poultry rubs, in Southern-inspired cooking, and even with maple syrup-sweetened candies and desserts. The perfect salt to add hickory-smoked flavor to homemade curing blends for bacon and hams. 

 

Flake: The medium flake of this Hickory 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:

A cold smoking process with natural flake sea salt and real, untreated hickory wood.

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Hickory Smoked Sea Salt, Flakes

SKU: 3008
$5.60Price
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