When we say beef we say Morgan Ranch Beef. When we say salt we say Maldon sea salt. This is the smoked type, English oak tree is used in the smoking process which adds a subtle smokiness to the salt.
Maldon sea salt flakes. Loved by chefs the world over. For all our meat products we strongly recommend high-quality sea salt. When you ask around or search the web for the best sea salt you will not find a way around Maldon. The testimonies and reviews are simply overwhelming. The company itself states "Ask a top chef about salt and they’ll almost certainly cite sea salt flakes from Maldon as their favorite."
Traditional cold smoking adds a sophisticatedly subtle smokiness to the salt, guaranteeing an extra frisson of flavor with fish, meat and poultry. Or in sauces, salsas, soups and marinades. We like to use smoked sea salt on steamed vegetables. You can either sprinkle the salt crystals or pinch them between your fingertips for a finer texture. There are absolutely no additives, not even anti-caking agents.
Shipping & Handling
||Shipping is either, dry, chilled or frozen depending on your order.
||Check product label, usually more than 5 years.
|Also known as
||Smoked Fleur De Sel, Smoked Bay Salt, Smoked Solar Salt, Smoked English salt
||Smoked sea salt
||Outside: paper carton box
Inside: plastic bag
|Country of Origin
||Based on 1/4 tsp or 1.5g serving size
Total Fat: 0g
Total Carbohydrate: 0g
Maldon sea salt is harvested straight from the sea with very little processing. The 135-year-old company is a family business located in Maldon, The United Kingdom and is currently run in the fourth generation.
What is the difference between sea salt and regular table salt? The difference is the taste, texture and processing. Sea salt is produced through evaporation of ocean water with very little processing. This leaves behind trace minerals and elements which add flavor to the salt. Table salt is heavily processed to eliminate minerals and usually contains additives to prevent clumping.
If you want to know more about the company, check out their website: www.maldonsalt.co.uk