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White Salt Non-Powder, Himalayan White Salt, Sire Noon Dhikka

"White salt" typically refers to regular table salt, which is commonly used in cooking and seasoning. It was known for its unique flavor and is sometimes used as a gourmet salt. It is also claimed to have health benefits, although these claims are often debated.
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White salt, in its traditional form, is sodium chloride (NaCl) that has been finely ground into a fine powder. It is one of the most common types of salt used in households and the food industry. This salt is typically sourced from either underground salt deposits or through the evaporation of seawater. It is called "white" because of its pure, crystalline appearance. White salt is versatile and is used for various culinary purposes, including seasoning, preserving food, and baking. It dissolves easily in liquids and is often used in recipes to enhance flavor. Some people also use it for non-culinary purposes, such as in homemade cleaning solutions.

Himalayan salt is a type of rock salt that is mined primarily from the Salt Range mountains in Pakistan, although it can also be found in other parts of the Himalayan region. While Himalayan salt is often associated with its pink or reddish hue, there is also a white variety available. Himalayan salt is believed to be one of the purest forms of salt on Earth, and its distinctive color comes from trace minerals such as iron, magnesium, and calcium. This salt is considered by some to have a milder and more complex flavor compared to regular table salt. It is used both in cooking and as a finishing salt, often sprinkled on dishes just before serving to add a touch of flavor and a pleasing aesthetic.

In addition to its culinary uses, Himalayan salt is used for various wellness purposes. Some people use it in salt lamps, bath salts, and even as a dietary supplement, attributing potential health benefits to its mineral content. However, scientific evidence supporting these claims is limited.

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