January 16, 2014

Sea Salt


On my videos you often hear me say add Sea Salt

Sea Salt blog posts  My name is Roz but lots call me Rosie.  Welcome to Rosies Home Kitchen.  I moved from the UK to France in 2005, gave up my business and with my husband, Paul, and two sons converted a small cottage in rural Brittany to our home   Half Acre Farm.  It was here after years of ready meals and take aways in the UK I realised that I could cook. Paul also learned he could grow vegetables and plant fruit trees; we also keep our own poultry for meat and eggs. Shortly after finishing the work on our house we was featured in a magazine called Breton and since then Ive been featured in a few magazines for my food.  My two sons now have their own families but live near by and Im now the proud grandmother of two little boys. Both of my daughter in laws are both great cooks.  My cooking is home cooking, but often with a French twist, my videos are not there to impress but inspire, So many people say that they cant cook, but we all can, you just got to give it a go.

 

 

 

 

 

Table salt in the cardboard tubes has lots of uses, de-icing the drive and killing slugs mainly, but it has no place in the kitchen, I don’t want to come over as a salt snob but if you don’t already used unwashed sea salt you can take your home cooking to another level just by changing the salt you use, you can buy Sea Salt in nice presentation boxes, little sacks tied with ribbon and hinged boxes but I buy mine in big sacks.  Normally I buy salt from Guérande in the Loire Atlantic but in the supermarket today I saw this from the Charente Maritime only 39 cents a kilo, bargain, once the bag is open store in an air tight container and for the table use a salt mill. Use a little less than you would normally in your food, the flavour from using sea salt is amazing, Make the change, you won’t regret it. Salt pour Salaisons is actualy preserving salt, but just needs grinding in a salt mill.
Canning and pickling salts do not contain potassium iodide, dextrose or calcium silicate and thus can be used for cooking, baking, canning, pickling as well as for the table.
Sea Salt blog posts  My name is Roz but lots call me Rosie.  Welcome to Rosies Home Kitchen.  I moved from the UK to France in 2005, gave up my business and with my husband, Paul, and two sons converted a small cottage in rural Brittany to our home   Half Acre Farm.  It was here after years of ready meals and take aways in the UK I realised that I could cook. Paul also learned he could grow vegetables and plant fruit trees; we also keep our own poultry for meat and eggs. Shortly after finishing the work on our house we was featured in a magazine called Breton and since then Ive been featured in a few magazines for my food.  My two sons now have their own families but live near by and Im now the proud grandmother of two little boys. Both of my daughter in laws are both great cooks.  My cooking is home cooking, but often with a French twist, my videos are not there to impress but inspire, So many people say that they cant cook, but we all can, you just got to give it a go.

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