Which Salt to Use?- Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph
What's The Best Kind Of Salt?
Table saltis refined, treated to prevent clumping, and often iodized. When cooked, it's hard to detect a difference between it and natural sea salt, and it's much less expensive—and 50 cents a pound, compared with or more.
Sea saltisn't always saltier than table salt. Since the minerals remain, its flavor depends on which body of water it's drawn from. Often, it has a milder and more nuanced taste. It's frequently sold flaked, so a little goes a long way. Sprinkle it onto food for a high-impact salty crunch (like in this delicious baked potato recipe).
Kosher saltis sold in larger crystals and is less processed than table salt. Sold for as little as 55 cents a pound, flaked kosher salt is a budget-friendly sub for sea salt.
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