Latest Edible salt Stories

2008-08-27 09:00:49

By LORRAINE EATON I'm just back from a week or so lolling in the land of lobstahs and sea salt and blueberry pies and peace and tranquility. Most every summer, I take time for a long, cool exhale in Down East Maine. I'm fortunate; my cousin Georgiana Kendall lives on a five-generation family farm and rents out two lakeside cottages (which the locals call camps) way, way, way up on the northern coast, past Portland, past Kittery, past Bar Harbor in a region that is largely neglected by...

2008-08-18 15:05:00

Ocean's Flavor, in its quest to produce healthier sea salts, is proud to introduce two new lower sodium Natural Healthy Sea Salts, thus adding to their flagship line of healthy salts. Now available from Ocean's Flavor are OF-60LSB 60% less sodium natural sea salts and OF-70LSB 70% less sodium natural sea salts. With the addition of these two outstanding healthy salts, Ocean's Flavor can provide food producers and consumers with a superior alternative to traditional high sodium table salt,...

2008-07-23 09:00:39

WOODINVILLE, Wash., July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Food Network's new magazine has hit the stands -- and SaltWorks, Inc. (http://www.seasalt.com/), the country's leading gourmet sea salt company, is so confident Food Network Magazine's Summer Grilling Issue will be a hit with home cooks, it has placed a two-page, inside-cover spread to showcase Artisan Gourmet Salts and introduce Fusion flavored sea salts. With flavors like Chile Verde, Lime Fresco, Black Truffle and Thai Ginger, SaltWorks'...

2008-07-14 18:00:21

The phrase, "international salt talks" takes on a whole new meaning as ingredients-savvy consumers worldwide demand healthy salt in their diets. Throughout history, the world's populations have had a hearty interest in salt--sometimes financial, sometimes as a trade commodity, sometimes religious, sometimes medicinal--but always as a flavor-enhancing ingredient in foods, and as a component of health. In Ancient times, the lack of access to salt could have serious health repercussions:...

2008-07-14 12:00:46

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 14, 2008) - Atacama Minerals Corp. ("Atacama" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:AAM) is pleased to announce that it has acquired a large land package in a major new potash region in northeastern Brazil. Application has been made for exploration permits in the state of Bahia covering 1,444 square kilometers (357,000 acres) of lands located 30 kilometres west of the port city of Salvador. The "Salvador Potash Project" is located along the Atlantic...

2007-12-24 09:00:00

By Joe Lamp'l Sometimes it's not an easy choice between our safety and the safety of our plants and soil. If I lived alone, I'd give the nod to the latter. But, I must be prudent to protect my family and guests from winter perils, namely an icy slick sidewalk or driveway. If you live in an area where this can be a problem, you know that de-icers are a common way to eliminate slickness. But too often we don't use de-icers properly. Their job is to loosen ice from below making it easier to...

2006-06-21 10:25:00

By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Replacing regular salt with a potassium-fortified alternative may help lower older adults' risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, new research suggests. In a study of nearly 2,000 elderly Taiwanese men, researchers found that those given a potassium-enriched salt substitute were 40 percent less likely to die of heart disease or stroke over the next two to three years. The salt alternative, which was half sodium chloride, half potassium chloride,...

Latest Edible salt Reference Libraries

2005-05-26 10:40:24

Halite is the mineral of sodium chloride, NaCl, commonly known as rock salt. Halite forms isometric crystals. The mineral is colorless to white, light blue, dark blue, and pink. It commonly occurs with other evaporite deposit minerals such as several of the sulfates, halides and borates. Halite occurs in vast beds of sedimentary evaporite minerals that result from the drying up of enclosed lakes, playas, and seas. Salt beds may be up to 350 m thick and underlie broad areas. In the United...

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