Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt
The origin of Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt
One of the most special types of salt is Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt, which boasts of a deep black color. Sea salt is extracted on the shores of the islands of Kauai and Moloka, where shallow evaporation salt ponds are set up for this purpose.
Thanks to the natural drying effect of the wind and the sun, a process that is much gentler than large-scale industrial production ensures that the sea salt does not lose all trace elements and 16 different minerals. One of the major benefits of using Hawaiian black lava sea salt is that the Hawaiian archipelago is almost completely free of industrial pollution, so sea salt stays pure.
Lovers of Hawaii Green Sea Salt and Hawaii Red Alaea Sea Salt can also enjoy this benefit. The silky texture and deep black color of Hawaiian black lava sea salt is the result of the activated carbon extracted and added from coconut shells, which is not only special as a decorative element, but also makes its physiological effect more complete.
What foods can Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt be used for?
Due to the special color of Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt, it is best used as finishing salt.
- It serves as an excellent decorative element for grilled meats, cheeses and fried fish.
- It is extremely spectacular mixed with salads made from seafood or vegetables.
- Sprinkled on top of colored dips, it enhances the aesthetic value of the food.
- It works well on side dishes made of corn, tomato, rice, couscous and various types of potatoes.
- It is also excellent for decorating cheese platters and savory desserts.
- Hawaiian Black Lava sea salt can also be used to decorate glasses used for cocktails, an excellent contrast to brightly colored beverages.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.