Peugeot Pink salt from Andes 7 x 50g, 42738


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Pack of 7 bags of 50 g Andean pink salt from Bolivia, total 350 g. Pink salt crystals from the Andes with salinity level 6. Contains healthy minerals. Designed for Peugeot French dry salt mills. More

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Pack of 7 bags of 50 g Andean pink salt from Bolivia, total 350 g. Pink salt crystals from the Andes with salinity level 6. Contains healthy minerals. Designed for Peugeot French dry salt mills. More

Product code: A0101771
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Andean Pink Salt from Bolivia, 7 x 50 g - exceptional, full of minerals beneficial to health

Thepink rock salt from Bolivia comes from a deposit several million years old, naturally protected by the igneous rock of the Andes Mountains. The salt is still mined by hand at an altitude of over 3,000 metres. Its characteristic pink colour is due to its high content of trace iron. In addition to iron, this salt is rich in calcium, potassium and magnesium.

Magic in the kitchen

Andean pink salt has a very salty, intense taste, but it does not sting on the tongue. It goes perfectly with red meat and is suitable for flavouring grilled meats or meat roasts, fatty sea fish or dishes with sauce. It also works surprisingly well on tender vegetables and fresh tomatoes. The taste of Andean pink salt on baked mackerel is interesting. We recommend salting with freshly ground salt just before serving.

- Pink salt for Peugeot dry salt mills

- packed in airtight bags

- protected from air, light and moisture

- preserves the aroma

- salinity 6

 

More than 200 years of history

Peugeot is part of an emblematic French brand firmly anchored in the public consciousness. Its adventure began in the 19th century when brothers Jean Pierre and Jean Frédéric Peugeot converted an inherited mill into a steel foundry and began producing steel ribbons and springs for multiple uses. Over time, they expanded their production and began to manufacture, for example, sharp saws, crinolines and high wheels. The first coffee grinders were produced as early as 1840. The many inventions and innovations in the culinary world have always put the Peugeot brand at the top. Today, its table grinders are present on the tables of all great chefs across continents and even wine lovers enjoy their wine range.