What is Sea Salt?
Sea salt is produced via evaporation of sea water. It is available in the form of both fine and coarse grains. It's not refined and is composed of around 98% of sodium chloride. The remaining 2 % includes trace minerals, like iron, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, and iodine. Refined sea salt is white, whereas the unrefined ones are slightly gray, pink, or sandy.