"Amazingly, incredibly, splendidly flavoured "
These fragile & light salt crystals melt quickly and evenly; perfect as a finishing salt as the flakes dissolve readily on food.
The pink salt - high in minerals which gives it a pink champagne tinge - has won numerous awards and is popular with foodies and chefs across the globe.
No self-respecting restaurant table , particularly in Australia, would be without it.
The salt is produced naturally from underground brines which have been laying dormant for thousands of years in the Murray Darling Basin.
"Amazingly, incredibly, splendidly flavoured !! "
Having flake-like qualities, it dissolves slowly in your mouth, the full flavour gradually evolving on your tongue.
The Pink Salt Flakes have a fresh taste with an attractive champagne hue; ideal for crushing at the table.
These large, easily dissolved flakes, are gentle tasting and best sprinkled on food at the end of cooking or placed on the table.
"The pink salt tricks the mind into thinking it's melting on the tongue because it has a larger surface area than other salts, so it travels along the full length of your taste buds."
"It's almost a sweet salt and that's to do with the minerals in it ."
The Murray Basin has mineralized brines and these brines load the ancient pure salt with natural minerals and elements such as magnesium and calcium.
Carotene is secreted from the salt tolerant algae within the brine.
And this carotene, which is a by-product from the algae, gives the flakes a pink hue - a very light peachy colour.
Murray River Salt Flakes are a quick and delicious way to boost the nutritional content of your diet.
Himalayan Rock Salt is mined using conventional mining methods and with the associated environmental impact which includes land disturbance and greenhouse gas emissions.
Murray River Salt Flakes are evaporated from naturally-saline groundwater resources.
Himalayan Rock Salt is a non-renewable, finite resource estimated to have formed 800 million years ago.
Despite estimates that salt reserves are in the millions of tonnes, once this resource has been depleted, it will be gone. For good.
This contrasts to sustainably-sourced and produced Murray River Salt Flakes, which are extracted from a renewable resource.
Much of the appeal of Himalayan Rock Salt comes from the fact that it contains trace minerals like sulfur, magnesium, potassium and calcium that just aren’t present in highly refined and processed table salt.
Here’s the thing though…… Murray River Salt Flakes are bursting with all these minerals too!
For more information References: http://lauratrotta.com/what-is-the-most-sustainable-salt/
Murray River Gourmet Salt Flakes are among the best in the world.
You just have to try it !