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|Brittany - Sel naturel de Guérande|
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The natural salt from Guérande
Source of natural richnesses essential for the life, the salt of Guérande (Brittany) is famous for its extreme concentration of trace elements , in particular magnesium and its sodium poverty .The Importance of its water content in, fact a remarkably soluble natural product. Its natural color varies according to the importance clays which impregnate it, from where name "gray salt", given to the deicing salt collected at the bottom of the argillaceous basins. While, under the influence of the sun, "gold white" of the sailors a crust forms delicate which crystallizes under the marine wind, on the surface of the "eyelets": it is the fugacious Fleur de Sel of which the appearance is reated to moods of the wind.
Sea salt from Guérande, Brittany
This sea salt collected in the salt-water marshes of Guérande, according to a thousand-year-old craftsman method , simply drained, guard all its magnesium content, calcium and other trace elements . We guarantee this salt of tradition without additive of anti-binder treatment.
My productions are entirely natural to preserve their nutritional and gustatory values. The aromatic plants used in the mixtures of my specialties salt works all are certified Organic . Marine algae added to my salt its of the wild algae collected in marine environment highly supervised and protected (Brittany, France). The aromatic gray salts mixtures and plants, or marine algae, are the fruit of a close cooperation with large cooks heads who brought their experiment in the development of brewed salts that I present at the fine gourmets .
The " Fleur de sel" from Guérande
Whereas the salt gray is formed by saturation on the argillaceous bottom of the eyelet, the FLEUR de SEL of Guérande , it, crystallizes while floating on the surface. Pushed by the breeze, its crystals, in form small esquifs, formed one the surface of water. Tasty food product also: its flavor, very held, points out that of the violet . Salt of table pinch, directly in the plate or on your salads, condiment search by our heads cooks chefs , for these large property and its incomparable taste for all your dishes.
The Salicorne from Guérande
The Salicorne, plants wild of the marshes of Guérande, is able to live on grounds salted such as the mud holes of the marshes of Guérande(south Brittany) . The annual Salicorne, is green and tender in growing period, ideal moment for the harvest of the points of the plant. The Salicorne has the characteristic to accumulate a great quantity of rock salt, which explains its wealth of vitamins A, C, D and out of trace elements . The Salicorne, also called "samphire", the Salicorne profits from an image of natural product, original and is consumed mainly in condiment (with the vinegar, like gherkins) or out of vegetables (cooked like French beans).
Creation date : 09/03/2009 @ 19:33
Last update : 03/01/2010 @ 20:57
Category : Brittany
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