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Cornish Sea Salt 225g - 49p Instore @ Aldi (Stourbridge)
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Cornish Sea Salt 225g - 49p Instore @ Aldi (Stourbridge)

£0.49£1.7071%Aldi Deals
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Posted 16th FebAvailable: West Midlands (Birmingham)

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I guess this may be a store/location specific deal but Cornish Sea salt 225g is just 49p at Aldi Stourbridge, cheapest elsewhere seems to be £1.70 at Tesco
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ElSheriff16/02/2020 19:32

How does Cornish sea salt differ from other county salts?


Its more pretentious
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Hi.. is sea salt better for you than normal table salt.. thanks
Edited by: "darren_hooker" 16th Feb
Ok thanks very much for your advice and the link
How does Cornish sea salt differ from other county salts?
Expensive salt, oh it’s Cornish.
ElSheriff16/02/2020 19:32

How does Cornish sea salt differ from other county salts?


Its more pretentious
well done on your first post
Real salt nice
Great price for a nice salt. Heat!
darren_hooker16/02/2020 19:10

Hi.. is sea salt better for you than normal table salt.. thanks


There's no additives like anti-caking agents. And it's from the Lizard so nice clean waters.

I buy this salt.
Great find,..... have some heat
Then same water that has washed around Fukashima ?
superhans011316/02/2020 20:57

Then same water that has washed around Fukashima ?



Then cleansed by the souls of a thousand pirates aargghh.
Drekly16/02/2020 21:35

Then cleansed by the souls of a thousand pirates aargghh.


Drekly16/02/2020 21:35

Then cleansed by the souls of a thousand pirates aargghh.


Yarp.
darren_hooker16/02/2020 19:10

Hi.. is sea salt better for you than normal table salt.. thanks


They say that sea salt has additional beneficial trace elements, whereas table salt is just pure salt.
Its Salty!!!
cb361116/02/2020 23:48

They say that sea salt has additional beneficial trace elements, whereas …They say that sea salt has additional beneficial trace elements, whereas table salt is just pure salt.


True, but the amounts are so small, if you consumed enough sea salt to meet your RDA you'd probably die.

There's far more trace elements in a balanced diet, or just a bowl of cereal.
gio_pi17/02/2020 03:03

I find it tastes better, not sure why


Because fish wee in the sea
CNCboss17/02/2020 08:46

Please enlighten me.

Table salt is stripped of all the minerals that are being added to different products so it becomes just NaCl not to mention anti caking agents. Sea salt has contains around 90 minerals that your body needs to work properly and stay healthy. All the information is out there available for those that are willing to know.
Good price, although I prefer the smoked version.
Cherry1317/02/2020 08:51

Table salt is stripped of all the minerals that are being added to …Table salt is stripped of all the minerals that are being added to different products so it becomes just NaCl not to mention anti caking agents. Sea salt has contains around 90 minerals that your body needs to work properly and stay healthy. All the information is out there available for those that are willing to know.


As I stated previously, the amounts of trace elements are sooooo small, the amount of salt required is far more detrimental to your health than the benefits from the minerals.

The amount of sodium chloride in sea or table salt is, to all intents and purposes, the same.

Unless your eating table salt by the tablespoon, the anti-caking agent is not an issue.

So, the only real benefit of sea, or rock salt, over table salt is the taste or texture, which is why those in the know use it.

Rant over.
Edited by: "CNCboss" 17th Feb
CNCboss17/02/2020 09:46

As I stated previously, the amounts of trace elements are sooooo small, …As I stated previously, the amounts of trace elements are sooooo small, the amount of salt required is far more detrimental to your health than the benefits from the minerals.The amount of sodium chloride in sea or table salt is, to all intents and purposes, the same.Unless your eating table salt by the tablespoon, the anti-caking agent is not an issue.So, the only real benefit of sea, or rock salt, over table salt is the taste or texture, which is why those in the know use it.Rant over.


Cool, you stick to your table salt then.
Cherry1317/02/2020 09:53

Cool, you stick to your table salt then.


I never said I used table salt.

I prefer Maldon sea salt.
CNCboss17/02/2020 10:09

I never said I used table salt.I prefer Maldon sea salt.


I agree, imo Maldon salt is by far the best.
It’s all face centered cubic to me
When is the deal on Devon sea salt coming?

Also true fact: during whale mating season, the salinity of the sea increases. I wonder what time of year this salt was extracted?
CNCboss16/02/2020 19:17

Nope.


YES!!!
mnn.com/foo…alt

''Anti caking agents are chemicals such as sodium ferrocyanide which help to keep such a fine product free flowing and free of clumps. Sea Salt on the other hand is totally natural and occurs in salt farms commonly in the mediterranean.''
NAZGULL17/02/2020 17:41

YES!!!https://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/stories/the-truth-about-sea-salt''Anti caking agents are chemicals such as sodium ferrocyanide which help to keep such a fine product free flowing and free of clumps. Sea Salt on the other hand is totally natural and occurs in salt farms commonly in the mediterranean.''


Micro plastic particles.
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