Hawaii Salt - Red Hawaiian Alaea Salt - Palm Island Pacific Salt - Red Salt
Salt is traditionally used in Hawaii to preserve fish and meat, but also ritually Cleaning tools, objects or even the body with Hawaiian salt is deeply rooted in culture.
Today, Hawaii sea salt is mainly produced on the middle Hawaiian island of Molokai.
The Hawaii salt gets its reddish color from the iron oxide-containing volcanic clay (the Alaea). The red Hawaii Alaea salt is used as table salt or for preserving fish. It is excellent for pork, pork ribs or dried meat, but also for sauces, marinades and vegetables. Also excellent for salads, simply because of its color and the slightly sweet aftertaste.
2-4 mm salt grains, slightly moist
Ingredients: Hawaiian sea salt, Alea clay
- No glutamate or gluten
- No flavor enhancers li>
- not refined, without added iodine, without anti-caking agent without artificial. Additives