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Old 04-01-2004, 12:10 AM
Mark
 
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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.

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Old 04-01-2004, 04:22 AM
Edwin Pawlowski
 
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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.


Some supermarkets carry coarse sea salt. The price can vary from about a
buck at the local grocery to $20 at some fancy goor-met shop.
Ed

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Old 04-01-2004, 11:18 AM
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We get ours from the supermarket (in Sydney Australia).

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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.



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Old 04-01-2004, 03:32 PM
Kate Dicey
 
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Viviane wrote:

We get ours from the supermarket (in Sydney Australia).

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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.


Comes in tubs marked 'Malden Sea Salt' here in the UK - every
supermarket has something like this.
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Old 05-01-2004, 02:48 PM
Steve Calvin
 
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Edwin Pawlowski wrote:
"Mark" wrote in message
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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.



Some supermarkets carry coarse sea salt. The price can vary from about a
buck at the local grocery to $20 at some fancy goor-met shop.
Ed

http://pages.cthome.net/edhome


Yup, that's what I use. Good old coarse sea salt from the local
stupidmarket.

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Old 06-01-2004, 11:44 PM
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"Mark" wrote in message
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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.


Atlantic Spice Company http://www.atlanticspice.com/ has " extra coarse sea
salt" for 95 cents per pound.
Their minimum order is $30, so you'd have to buy a few other things to go
with it.


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Old 20-01-2004, 12:39 AM
Jon Endres, PE
 
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www.penzeys.com

Won't buy spices or seasonings anywhere else.

No affiliation, etc, just a really happy customer.

Jon E

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I received a nifty salt mill from Santa but I can't seem to find any
coarse salt to go in it. Right now I have Kosher salt in it but the
grains are just not quite big enough and leak out of the mill. Where
is a good place to get regular old salt, not the gourmet (expensive)
stuff.





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