Salts

The History of salt goes back to 6050 BC, salt has been an important and integral part of the world’s history, as it has been interwoven into countless civilizations. Used as a part of Egyptian religious offerings and valuable trade between the Phoenicians and their Mediterranean empire, salt and history have been inextricably intertwined for millennia, with great importance placed on salt by many different cultures.

The word "salary" was derived from the word "salt." Salt was highly valued, and its production was legally restricted in ancient times, so it was historically used as a method of trade and currency. The word "salad" also originated from "salt," and began with the early Romans salting their leafy greens and vegetables.

The Salt Flower is handpicked, and it does not undergo any industrial process. To render a pure final product, it is kept in SACAS and left to dry by the action of the sun and the wind for a year.

Salt comes in many varieties, so you try to find the one you like best. You can use different salts for different foods, Example Chicken and fish can go well with a citric salt, potatoes can be eating with an Olive or pepper salt. It all depends on the type of dish you are eating; the best way is to experiment and find the right combinations.