The word salt comes from the Latin word “sal,” meaning salt. It was once a valuable commodity and has been used as a currency for trading. The English word “salary” comes from the word salt. Salt has long been used for flavoring and for preserving food. It has also been used in tanning, dyeing, and bleaching, and the production of pottery, soap, and chlorine. Today, it is widely used in the chemical industry.
It commonly features at the table or in the kitchen as free-flowing table salt, rock salt, sea salt, or kosher salt. High levels of salt, or sodium, come hidden in everyday foods, from fast food to frozen chicken.
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Himalayan salt is a type of rock salt that is naturally pink in color. It is mined from the Punjab region of Pakistan, on the foothills of the Himalayas. Its natural pink hue comes as a result of the trace amounts of iron oxide (rust) in the salt.
It often comes in larger crystals than table salt, which means it actually contains less sodium per teaspoon than table salt. It is primarily used as a food additive to replace refined table salt but is also used for cooking and food presentation, decorative lamps, and spa treatments.