Many brands of coarse salt are sea salt. However, other salts can be coarsely ground, as well.
yes itshould be fine because they are virtualy the same.
Sea salt is produced by evaporating sea-water, the other might or might not.
Not exactly, but for many purposes it's close enough. Kosher salt is salt that has large coarse grains, and no additives.
Coarse salt, table salt, fine salt, rock salt - all are sodium chloride, NaCl.
You can bake bread with coarse sea salt. However, the crystals are large and may taste too strongly in the bread after it is baked.
No, they're not the same but you can use kosher salt (coarse granule) salt in a pinch.
Some examples of gourmet salt include smoked sea salts, coarse salt, finishing salt, flake salt, Fleur de Sel, French sea salts, grinder salt, and grey salt.
Picking salt is a very fine grain salt. Salt that is labeled 'kosher salt' is a coarse grain salt. Both salts have the same molecular structure.
Dead Sea Salt Scrubs rank on the top of the list in salt scrubs due to its coarse texture. Dead Sea Salt is excellent for exfoliating, hydrating, and nourishing the skin.
I believe to be Kosher means foods, which apparently include spices, are blessed by a Rabbi, and have nothing to do with how coarse something is, However, the simple answer I believe is yes.
Yes, but the measurement may be different. If it is "fine-grain" sea salt, then you can measure it the same as ordinary granular salt. If it is flaky or coarse-textured salt, like kosher salt, you may need to use more, if you are measuring by volume (3/4 tsp rather than 1/2 tsp., for instance).
Yes, it is. You can also use Kosher salt, but it's not typically used on pretzels.
A coarse grained salt, either sea salt or kosher salt is used, though they also sell Margarita Salt which is a corse grained salt and is probably one of those two.
Sea salt and table salt are made of the same chemical compound. They have the same density. Sea salt is slightly less refined than table salt and may contained more minerals.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt. Sea salt has far less sodium.
It is salt with a coarse granulation.
Sea salt, rock salt, table salt - all are the same chemical compound - sodium chloride, NaCl.
No, they are different.
padelon is pink and saindhavlon is white but more coarse than regular sea salt.
Kosher salt is basically regular salt because salt is kosher. Salt isn't good for you if you eat too much.Answer:Chemically speaking, table salt and coarse (kosher) salt are the same.
table salt Any difference; table salt, rock salt, sea salt are the same chemical compound - sodium chloride, NaCl.
Yes they are both the same sort of salt.
Example sentence(s) - The salt is coarse ground. She has long, coarse hair.
Salt, table salt or sea salt is sodium chloride.