Pure Atlantic Ocean sea salt is slowly smoked above a cherry wood fire. Our salt is 100% natural, wood smoked, with no artificial flavors or additives. This is a coarse salt with a mild crunch, and dry texture. This is not a moist or sticky smoked salt.
Suggested Uses: Spend some time in the kitchen with this smoked sea salt and use as a finishing salt on meats, poultry, seafood, eggs, rice, potatoes, vegetables, and fruit. Use in soups, stews, and braises. Try on ice cream and chocolate or caramel sauces. And don't forget to throw a grain or two into your next glass of ale or dark rum cocktail.
Posted by Cain on 20th Feb 2013
The moment you open the bag, you know this is something special. The rich smoked flavor make other smoked salts smell like an ash tray. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by Peg on 3rd Nov 2012
This salt is fantastic !I had to hide it from the kids. They were eating it right out of the jar. It takes anything you put it on to a new level. Buying 1 lb. bags for Christmas for all my cooking friends.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Sep 2012
This stuff is great! I love to make ribs and briskets, and pork shoulders, and this salt is ten times better then your standard table salt. It gives the food that right amount of smoky sweet flavor that is bacon like. And who doesn't like bacon!?
Posted by Mav on 20th Sep 2012
I use the Smoked Cherry Wood Salt to season peas, beans, greens, etc., instead of bacon. Put it in a pot of boiling water, with bay leaves, and sweet paprika. Next,add peas, beans or other vegetables.
( To spice it up even more, add chopped sweet onion, and a splash of hot sauce.)Your heart will thank you for not using oil, or bacon fat. It takes less sea salt to season the food than regular salt. Good for the body! It's Yummy too!
Posted by auntie arwen on 13th Jun 2012
My Jewish, Muslim, vegetarian, and vegan friends who avoid pork, and those who converted after having tasted bacon, really love this salt. Hearty and aromatic, it's awesome on eggs! I'll also use it on pork roast, roast chicken, and grillin' meats.