Celtic Sea Salt


celtic sea salt

I use celtic sea salt from the Selina Naturally. The brand I use is finely ground and optimal for baking –it mixes into cookies and other baked goods quite evenly.

I store my salt in a glass jar. I also keep a small bowl of salt on the counter or table, this way, I always have salt at the ready when I’m cooking up a quick batch of cookies or other treats.

If you find my recipes too salty, it may be that you are not using the type of salt (celtic sea salt) that I recommend. Readers have reported that the conversion from Celtic sea salt to regular salt is 4 to 1; so if you had a recipe of mine that calls for 1/2 teaspoon Celtic sea salt and you are using regular salt instead, you would want to cut the amount of salt back to 1/8 teaspoon. Feel free to use whatever type of salt tickles your fancy –it’s OK to take chances, I just can’t promise you that these trials will turn out the way you hope they will.

Purchase celtic sea salt from Amazon.com.