Anyone know of a brand of sea salt, and where I could purchase it, that is very finely ground so as to flow easily from a standard salt shaker?
Redmond Real Salt (link below).
It comes in a handy plastic bag with a screw-cap closure.
It's a fine grind, and it cakes a little bit. It seems to have a better taste than plain salt, but maybe that's my imagination.
Kosher salt, from Utah! I think I got it at the Berkeley Bowl.
I guess in this case the "sea" is a dried up undergound sea.
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