The summit of French sea salt is Fleur de Sel, also known as the caviar of salt. Sprinkled sparingly on prepared dishes or used at the table, it's a refined finishing salt. Fleur de sel is found in top restaurants as chefs everywhere discover its natural flavor and moisture enhancing qualities.
Did you know?
Only one pound of Fleur de Sel is produced for every 80 pounds of coarse gray salt harvested. Considered so royal, it was served only to kings and queens just a few centuries ago!
Sprinkle right before serving on veggies, salads, fish, grilled meats--anything needing crunch, or a zing of perfectly placed salty flavor. Try dotting Fleur de sel atop cookies or cakes before baking, or simply toss some onto your favorite chocolate.