Fleur de sel is known as “the caviar of salts” for a reason. One of the most expensive salts available, Fleur-de-sel, is a salt that forms as a thin crusty layer on the surface of sea water in the Guerande region of France. It needs a sunny and windy environment to form and is said to form only when the wind blows east. The name has been given because the crystals of the salt forms in the pattern of flowers. French Fleur de Sel is one of the most treasured gourmet salts in any kitchen, it’s widely used as a finishing salt by executive chefs.
Fleur de Sel with Herbes de Provence can be used as a rub or added to a marinade. Sprinkle some on roast chicken, fish, steak or omelette as a perfect salt/spice.
Kosher Salt has long been enjoyed by chefs for its taste, texture and ease of use. Kosher Salt is considered a fundamental ingredient that can be used to bring out the natural flavors of a wide variety of dishes. The coarse texture of Kosher Salt makes it easy to grab and sprinkle just the perfect amount, allowing you to easily control the amount of salt you add to all your cooking. The compact flakes perfectly adhere to food for ideal flavor enhancement.
Rock Salt is ground and refined to be used as an alternative to table salt, great for every day cooking. Rock salt is salt mined from the salt deposits present underground in many parts of the earth. These deposits were formed when ancient water bodies, which had a large salt content, dried up and left the salt behind. These salt deposits were covered with sediment over time and remained underground until they were mined for the salt.