Salt - Table (Lake Salt) 3kg
|Salt is sodium plus Chloride. Both are minerals. Salt is made up of 40% sodium and 60% Chloride.|
Table salt is used extensively in cooking as a flavour enhancer and to cure a wide variety of foods such as bacon and fish.
This salt is 1mm (maximum) particle size. It has a flowing agent, Silicon Dioxide.
Culpepers recommend that individuals consume no more than 1500-2300 mg of sodium (3750-5750 mg of salt) per day.
The word "Salary" comes from the Latin word "salarium" or money paid the Roman Army soldiers for the purchase of Salt.
In 1930 Mahatma Gandhi lead approximately 100,000 Indian people to the Indian Ocean to "make Salt" in protest to the British control of the product and of the Indian people.
Salt plums aren't popular, but they used to be.
Every cell in the body contains salt, an adult contains about 250 grams of it.
Salt is actually considered a rock, indeed Sodium Chloride is formed when the unstable metal Sodium reacts with Chlorine gas. It is also the only family of rocks regularly eaten by humans!
Country of Origin!
Culpepers' Salts comes from Australia!