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Try combining Coarse Gray Brittany Sea Salt with some Red Star Nutritional Yeast and ground walnuts for a savory vegan version of Parmesan cheese.
Who knew a couple grains of fleur de selin a glass of red wine of an ordinary provenance could enhance the flavor?
Brining a chicken for roasting--for a regular 2 to 3 pound roasting chicken, toss in half a handful (about 1/3 cup) of Coarse Gray Brittany Sea Salt into a large salad bowl. If you are cooking a turkey use a stock pot, fill with cool water and add 1/2 to 3/4 cup of sea salt for an 18 lb turkey. Soak overnight and the next morning don't rinse. Just blot with paper towels and roast as usual. but without adding any more salt. Guaranteed to be the best turkey you've ever cooked, with very moist white meat.
Brittany Sea Salt with Seaweed is ideal for poaching fish and boiling or steaming clams, shrimp, lobster and other seafood. Add one tablespoon (or more to taste) per quart of water. When the fish or seafood is cooked, skim off the kelp and add it to your sauce. Or use Sea Salt with Kelp for sprinkling over the finished (previously unsalted) dish to add color and flavor.
Use approximately a teaspoon of Brittany Sea Salt with Seaweed per quart of water when cooking potatoes. For mashed potatoes, leave in the kelp and prepare according to your favorite recipe (ours is simple: some reserved cooking water, milk or cream, butter). You can also use potatoes cooked like this for potato salad (though omit the mashing!), then skim off the seaweed and add it to the potato salad dressing.