Fleur De Sel
Harvested only on warm and breezy summer afternoons in heritage ponds dating back to the Iron Ages, the faintly violet-flavored salt was considered so royal, fleur de sel was only served to kings and queens.
It is also known as the caviar of salt - for every 80 lbs of coarse gray sea salt, only 1 lb of fleur de sel is produced.
Sprinkle a pinch of fleur de sel as a finishing touch on prepared dishes or raw vegetables, grilled meats, even cookies!
Nice texture and good taste
I really like to use the Fluer De Sel as a topping. I sprinkle some on my buttered steamed string beans and mashed potatoes. It is very tasty.
My order was received in a timely manner, it is nice to have this good quality salt flower.
Wonderful table product-to accompany meals, and links nicely with the Jean-Luc Bannalec mystery series…both amazing revelations of Brittany
Great. Stayed flaky on top of cookies.Nice crunch