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Fleur de sel isnt bad for sea salt lovers and good cooks (especially Gironde fleur de sel from here in France) but you still get the air contaminants in it.
originally posted by: Raxoxane
Oh btw i forgot to mention,if it is available in Japan,the R.Vogel company,a homeopatic/healthfood supplier,makes a Delicious vegetable salt.Its really nice,maybe you can find it online if its not sold in Japan.
originally posted by: LightSpeedDriver
Many foods contain radioactive elements, bananas, brazil nuts, coffee, potatoes, kidney beans, etc. I am guessing the benefits of healthy eating far outweigh the small amount of radiactivity.
Most "white: salt, even those labelled Sea Salt have been chemically produced, iodised and have fluoride added. Buyer beware! There is a list on the internet somewhere which lists the bad ones. I used to buy Baleine Sea Salt, until I read that list. I switched sometime ago to Sel de Marin *as a previous poster noted, more expensive but oh so tasty) and have now switched to Himalaya. It may taste less salty but the trace elements and minerals should provide at least some health benefits over chemically modified mass produced junk. Just my 2 cents.
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: rickymouse
Just a warning salt substitutes are radioactive they contain potassium chloride instead of sodium chloride. Sodium chloride is not radioactive and you couldn't make it be if you tried.