Salt, table salt or sea salt is sodium chloride.
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.
table salt Any difference; table salt, rock salt, sea salt are the same chemical compound - sodium chloride, NaCl.
they are the same thing just ground down. mine salt is used for roads when its icy etc.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt. Sea salt has far less sodium.
Pure table salt is sodium chloride - NaCl. Iodized salt is table salt containing potassium iodide or iodate.
Sea salt, rock salt, table salt - all are the same chemical compound - sodium chloride, NaCl.
Yes they are both the same sort of salt.
Sea salt is salt derived from evaporated sea water. In elemental form, it is NaCl, same as regular salt. But the trace elements in it can give it a distinctive subtle taste (and color) regular table salt does not have. Various kinds of sea salt are currently the "hot thing" in gourmet cooking.
yes No, there is 3 types of table salt, Iodized Salt, Refined Salt (Such as Table salt), and Refined Salt (Such as Sea Salt). All 3 of which can be consumed by a Human.
You just use the same amount.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt, just larger granules. Sea salt has less sodium than table salt as the mineral makeup is different.
Table Salt is Finer or smaller than Sea salt
The structure, chemical formula unit and properties are the same.
They are the same chemical compound: sodium chloride - NaCl.
No, kosher salt is identical to table salt. Grey salt is moist, unrefined sea salt.
Any serious difference exist between refined table salt from a mine or table salt from sea water.
Table salt and sea salt are identical: sodium chloride, NaCl.
No; they are the same compound - sodium chloride (NaCl).
Both table salt and sea salt have the same nutritional value which is sodium and chloride. The main difference in the two lies in the taste and texture and their processing method from either the sea or salt mines.
Contrary to popular belief, sea salt is not any lower in sodium than table salt. They both have the same amount of sodium per serving. Sea salt may taste better though.
It can be NOTE salt comes from the ground or sea.
Sea salt has less sodium than table salt.
Sea salt is salt that is derived from dehydrated sea water. Table salt is mainly mined from huge underground salt mines, refined, and then treated with iodine.
Sea salt and iodized salt are both sodium chloride. Sea salt also contains small amounts of other minerals such as magnesium chloride, magnesium sulfate and calcium sulfate, which are nutritionally insignificant. Iodized table salt is a good source of iodine, sea salt often is not. Nearly all salt is kosher, including ordinary table salt.