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INPETTO – SALE

ITEM.NO.
50750 Sale di mare, 18/5000
Plastic spreader, 500 gr.
50730 Fior di sale naturale, 160g
50731 Fior di Sale con limone, 160g

Detailed Description

Sale di mare

This is a particularly exquisite sea salt, extracted from the salt works of Margherita di Savoia under the hot sun of Apulien.
This natural salt, which contains many essential substances such as chlorine, sodium, magnesium, iodine, fluorine, is an important part of Mediterranean cuisine and is also a significant component of a healthy diet.

Fior di sale
naturale

Our fior di sale (“flower of salt”) is extracted in the far north-west of Sicilia on a promontory at the foot of Monte Erice, near the city of Trapani.
Here, on the coast, is where the border between the Tyrrhenian Sea and Mediterranean runs. This is why Trapani is called the “Città tra due mari,” the city between two seas.
It is only here, between Trapani and Marsala, in a climate which is particularly suited to salt extraction, that we obtain salt from the salt works of Sicily.
In contrast to modern salt extraction plants, work here is mostly undertaken by people, who are called salt farmers.
Fior di sale naturale can be used in any dish that needs a little extra salt.
The porcelain pot is also one of the most beautiful accessories you could use to decorate your dining table.

Fior di sale
con limone

Our fior di sale (“flower of salt”) is extracted in the far north-west of Sicilia on a promontory at the foot of Monte Erice, near the city of Trapani.
Here, on the coast, is where the border between the Tyrrhenian Sea and Mediterranean runs. This is why Trapani is called the “Città tra due mari,” the city between two seas.
It is only here, between Trapani and Marsala, in a climate which is particularly suited to salt extraction, that we obtain salt from the salt works of Sicily.
In contrast to modern salt extraction plants, work here is mostly undertaken by people, who are called salt farmers.

Fior de sale limone works well in fish dishes, sauces such as hollandaise sauce, or fresh summer salads.