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SaltSalt is more than just a condiment, it plays an important role in bringing out flavours in recipes.
There are two main types of salt:
If you intend to buy:I advise you to keep at least two kinds of salt: coarse grey sea salt (like "Sel de Guérande"), and a finer salt for the times when coarse salt is unsuitable.
Please note that in all bread recipes on this site, salt quantity is given for coarse salt.
If you want to use it:Don't forget that for an equal weight, white refined salt adds more salty taste than coarse salt, so you should add less of it.
You can make yourself a special salt with a particular flavour, as you make vanilla sugar. It's possible to make salt with herbs, citrus fruits or chili.
Recipes which use it: 447Of which:
|Sandwich bread||Franche-Comté sticks||Koulibiak in pie dish||Choux pastry (pâte à choux)||Spaghetti with mussels and basil|
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