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Salt : Flavor Dynamics And Culinary Application

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  • 1. Salt Flavor Dynamics And Culinary Application Nutrient Essentials Conference National Restaurant Association Chef Almir Da Fonseca Chef Instructor The Culinary Institute of America Greystone, Saint Helena CA. THE WORLD’S PREMIER CULINARY COLLEGE
  • 2. Types Of Salt • Kosher salt – pure refined rock salt, also known as coarse salt • Pickling or canning salt – fine-grained additive-free salt • Rock salt or halite – mined from natural deposits, varies in color • Sea salt – generally comes from coastal marshes, basins, and areas where seawater has been trapped and evaporate naturally • Table salt – has additives added that prevent caking THE WORLD’S PREMIER CULINARY COLLEGE

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