sea salt

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    yisucks
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    Whoops, more mistakes…I think. I read on here that Himalayan sea salt is the best way to go. So I was at trader joes and saw Himalayan pink salt in a grinder, that looked like sea salt. It didn’t occur to me there could be regular himalayan salt. I’m guessing this is no good and should just go back to plain sea salt?

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    Is there a difference between himalayan pink salt and himalayan pink sea salt? I would have thought that they’d both be acceptable.

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    yisucks
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    I’m hoping they are too. But I am unsure. Maybe raster or able can tell us?

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    yisucks wrote:
    Whoops, more mistakes…I think. I read on here that Himalayan sea salt is the best way to go. So I was at trader joes and saw Himalayan pink salt in a grinder, that looked like sea salt. It didn’t occur to me there could be regular himalayan salt. I’m guessing this is no good and should just go back to plain sea salt?

    Himalayan pink salt is fine; as long as the ingredients read “Salt” or “Himalayan pink salt.”

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    minex
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    yisucks wrote:
    Whoops, more mistakes…I think. I read on here that Himalayan sea salt is the best way to go. So I was at trader joes and saw Himalayan pink salt in a grinder, that looked like sea salt. It didn’t occur to me there could be regular himalayan salt. I’m guessing this is no good and should just go back to plain sea salt?

    as my information Himalayan salt found in caves, Himalayan salt is not available in sea salt form. only harvest from salt range.

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    Javizy
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    Apparently, the thing that makes it pink is inorganic iron. Celtic sea salt might be a better replacement if that’s true. I doubt anything is completely free of toxins nowadays though.

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