A natural French sea salt, translated to mean "gray salt", that comes from the Atlantic waters off the coast of France. Colored gray by the chemical deposits of the minerals in the salt beds, this salt is harvested primarily in the Brittany region of France as the water evaporates from moist basins leaving the crusty saline as residue. Harvested from waters below the surface that have passed through multiple clay basins, Sel Gris contains a higher concentration of minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, manganese, and potassium, as well as the light grey mineral coloring.
Sel Gris is an unrefined form of salt sought for its purity and rich natural sea flavor. It is often used to season cooked vegetables, leafy greens, pasta, and a variety of other foods.
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