Maldon Sea Salt

Maldon Sea Salt

Maldon is the finest salt I have ever found. I won't use anything else.

  • These are such a great find!!! Buy them for your friends, family, and of course yourself- you definitely won't be disappointed. TSP Spices are organic, delicious, and beautifully packaged. I love them!!

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  • Although you may think that salt is a pedestrian seasoning, this collection raises the gourmet level of any meal. The different textures, colors and the slight flavor variations make this a wonderful addition to anyone's kitchen.

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  • YUMMY! From the website: Origin: Abruzzo, Italy Inspired by the stong and gentle nature of the people of Abruzzo. Complex, balanced blend of Italian sea salt, dried and ground fruit, sweet spices, vanilla, chocalate and g... YUMMY! From the website: Origin: Abruzzo, Italy Inspired by the stong and gentle nature of the people of Abruzzo. Complex, balanced blend of Italian sea salt, dried and ground fruit, sweet spices, vanilla, chocalate and grape must is fabulous with both the savory or sweet.

  • Tidman’s is a sublimely cloudy-white sea salt named for the “tide men” who made their living from the shore. It’s strangely variegated crystal blocks have a succulent, buttery-creamy flavor with a distinct sweetness in the finish... Tidman’s is a sublimely cloudy-white sea salt named for the “tide men” who made their living from the shore. It’s strangely variegated crystal blocks have a succulent, buttery-creamy flavor with a distinct sweetness in the finish. Tidman’s jaunty crunch makes it perfect for cherry pie crusts, pizza crusts, bagels, pretzels, and breads. Tidman’s buttery sweetness really shines forth on meats, and it has a growing contingent of fans among prime rib fanatics. This is also one of our favorite salts for use in a salt-mill.

  • Amabito No Moshio is the earliest known sea salt produced by the Japanese—dating back nearly 2,500 years. Moshio’s unusual flavor derives from Hon’dawara seaweed that is added during the laborious production process, resulting in... Amabito No Moshio is the earliest known sea salt produced by the Japanese—dating back nearly 2,500 years. Moshio’s unusual flavor derives from Hon’dawara seaweed that is added during the laborious production process, resulting in a mineral rich salt with an extraordinary quality of umami (xia-nwèi in Chinese). Umami, which means "savory" or "meaty,” has long been established in Japan as one of the basic tastes, and is increasingly recognized among American foodies as a taste category among sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. Umami results from the detection of glutamates by the taste buds, which are especially common in protein-rich foods such as meats and cheeses. The Meadow’s Amabito No Moshio is dry, with small but complexly articulated crystals of a luxurious beige color that complement its flavor beautifully. The flavor varies hugely depending on the food it is accompanying, plumbing the deeper, rounder flavors of mozzarella, fish, rice, pasta, red meat, pork, and rich vegetables ranging from potatoes to mushrooms. Try it on dark chocolate soufflé for a truly transgressive pleasure you will not soon forget, exploring the sweetness and fruit flavors lurking in the bitter dark chocolate.

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  • Treat someone special (or simply yourself!) to a little luxury with our delicious Native Australian Gourmet Gift Package. The Native Australian Gourmet Gift Hamper offers a wide variety of Australian native flavours to include in ... Treat someone special (or simply yourself!) to a little luxury with our delicious Native Australian Gourmet Gift Package. The Native Australian Gourmet Gift Hamper offers a wide variety of Australian native flavours to include in your cooking.

  • Lemon myrtle sprinkle is deliciously aromatic and an extremely versatile, all native ingredient, herbal and fruit mix which can be used in an extremely wide range of dishes, including an exceptional herbal tea.

  • Wattleseeds from around 100 species of Acacia have been used as foods by Australian Aborigines for at least 6,000 years. Add to bread or muffin mixes, pasta, white chocolate and chocolate fillings, biscuits and beverages. Also use... Wattleseeds from around 100 species of Acacia have been used as foods by Australian Aborigines for at least 6,000 years. Add to bread or muffin mixes, pasta, white chocolate and chocolate fillings, biscuits and beverages. Also use as a flavouring for red wine sauces, in marinades and dessert sauces.