Windsor Kosher Salt 1.36kg
Quick ViewSalty, Sweet, Sour and Bitter — the essentials of taste and flavour. Coarse Kosher Salt from Windsor was used in the past for religious food preparation but in more recent...
Salty, Sweet, Sour and Bitter — the essentials of taste and flavour. Coarse Kosher Salt from Windsor was used in the past for religious food preparation but in more recent years has gained popularity for many gourmet salt preparations. Celebrity chefs around the globe have made Coarse Kosher Salt a trend in cooking using it as a staple in most gourmet recipes. Coarse Kosher Salt adds a twist of flavour and texture to your cooking.
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