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  • Where do I find Wet Sea Salt?

    It’s salt like every other salt, except it has been minimally processed. It sounds like “damp” salt is the same thing. It’s not supposed to have that ‘additional moisture-absorbing ingredient’ that may or may not be on the label. That’s about all I know.

    They even make special salt shakers for wet salt.

    CreepyJeff
  • Where do I find Wet Sea Salt?

    Thanks for the infor LovefoodLaughter and debbbietook. I will look into what both of you said!

    CreepyJeff
  • Where do I find Wet Sea Salt?

    So Celtic Sea Salt is sold with a “damp” label. Hmmmm. I have Himalayan. I wonder how I know if its a wet salt. It only sticks a little… but not enough for me to think it’s wet. I’ll have to check for “damp” on my next search. Is damp Celtic salt washed at all? Then sundried?

    CreepyJeff
  • Where do I find Wet Sea Salt?

    Where do I find wet sea salt? ...affordable wet sea salt.

    I was reading somewhere that regular (non-wet) salt or sea salt contains an ingredient that keeps the salt dry and keeps it from sticking to itself. I also read that the ingredient prevents your body from absorbing those minerals in the salt. I have not confirmed this. But, I have heard wet salt is better. So, now I want to try it.

    I am also wondering if this would decrease our need for greens (or at least the minerals in those greens because our bodies are absorbing it from the wet salt… assuming the aformentioned is true).

    Just thinking aloud… maybe someone has some info to share about wet salt.

    CreepyJeff