Iceland Moss Salt
Big flakes of Icelandic Norðursalt Seasalt marinated in decoction of Iceland Moss, a lichen that grows in some of the most extreme environments on Earth like arctic tundra or rocky coasts. Has a bitter, tonic, earthly taste and aromatic odor. Use on fish and meat dishes, egg, bread and especially in creamy soups.
Good flavor enhancer in all vegetable and meat soups, as well as in vegetable, bean and fish casseroles.
The Black Salt has a barbecue and smoky taste. Well suited for seasoning and enhancing the flavor of casseroles, soups, fish, meat and bread. This salt is made similar to ancient viking methods.
Used as a famine food and a bread additive. When boiled it forms a substance tht soothes irritated mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Also helpful in the treatment of gastritis, vomiting and dyspepsia, respiratory catarrh and bronchitis.
Excellent spice giving good taste and aromatic smell. It makes a lovely well smelling tea, it is antibacterial and in the past was used strong tea of Arctic thyme to recover from alcoholic consumption.
Dried and ground is excellent for seasoning soups, salads, sauces, bread and relishes. Placed on hot pan until crispy ideal for sprinkling over seafood and margherita pizza, over fish soup and fish casseroles.
Pure and unique combination of mineral salts. Salt is one of the oldest food seasonings and is very important method of food preservation. This pure and natural salt can as well be used for a relaxing bath.
Knotted Kelp and Ginger
Knotted kelp is a great source of magnesium, calsium, potassium iron, iodine and zink. It contains a very high consentration of vitamins, in particular vitamin C, beta-carotene, B1, b2, b3, b6, b7(h), b12, k3.
The package includes 10 (20gr) teabags.