Kosher Sea Salt Grounded in a Yellow Bowl - Stock Image

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Small yellow bowl of kosher sea salt freshly grounded. Shot from above with strobes.

Sea salt, obtained by the evaporation of seawater, is used in cooking and cosmetics. Historically called bay salt[1] or solar salt, its mineral content gives it a different taste[2] from table salt, which is pure sodium chloride, usually refined from mined rock salt (halite) or from sea salt. Areas that produce specialized sea salt include the Cayman Islands, Greece, France, Ireland, South Korea, Colombia, Sicily, Apulia in Italy, Maldon in Essex UK,[3] and Hawaii,[4] Maine, Utah, the San Francisco Bay, and Cape Cod in the United States. Generally more expensive than table salt, it is commonly used in gourmet cooking and specialty potato chips, particularly the kettle cooked variety.
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