Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Coarse Salt What Is The Difference Between Coarse Salt And Kosher Salt?

What is the difference between coarse salt and kosher salt? - coarse salt

I saw some recipes online and I noticed a call for others called for kosher salt, and salt. What is the difference?

Thank you!

4 comments:

LAL said...

Kosher salt (sodium chloride) (or rather, koshering salt) is one of the most common varieties of edible salt in commercial kitchens today. Kosher salt, unlike table salt usually contains no additives (eg, iodine), although kosher salt produced by Morton contains sodium ferrocyanide as a free agent movement. Kosher salt has a particle size much larger than regular table salt and a more open granular structure.

Thus, the salt kosher salt

GrnApl said...

You have very good reactions, and only add that I often kosher salt as a matter of preference and is very tasty and easy to use and is fat itself.

GrnApl said...

You have very good reactions, and only add that I often kosher salt as a matter of preference and is very tasty and easy to use and is fat itself.

Sugar Pie said...

Sometimes, nothing. Kosher salt is a kind of salt, but it is supported by some rabbis "koshering" meat. Other sea salts are sea salt, gray salt, pink salt, salt, yellow, and so on.

I like the sweet taste of kosher salt for all my cooking and baking, but some say fleur de sel (flower of the sea) salt for garnish some elements.

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