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Sel Gris Coarse Sea Salt  - 6 oz Cork Top Jar
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Sel Gris by Artisan Salt Company is an unrefined sea salt traditionally produced in the Guerande region of France. Very similar to the famous "Fleur de Sel,", Sel Gris has a pale grey color, moist texture and mild mineral-like flavor that is highly esteemed by sea salt gourmands. Certified by Nature et Progres, the French standard for purity and quality.

Ingredients: Sea Salt
Product of Guerande, France

6 oz Cork Top jar

 

 

 

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The tangy, sweet-and-sour flavor of the Autumn Berry is a wonderful companion to creamy goat cheese in this delightful recipe. Delicious when spread on sliced baguette rounds or crackers, it also makes a wonderful dip for fresh vegetables or on sandwiches. The high amount of lycopene, a powerful antioxidant, is another natural benefit of the flavorful Autumn Berry.
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Pepperoni-Mushroom Pasta
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