Kosher salt and sea salt can be used interchangeably when cooking. Kosher salt tends to be more consistent so I recommend using it for most recipes. Sea salt is minimally processed and retains trace levels of nutrients such as magnesium, iron, calcium and potassium. It has a coarser grain and crunchy texture for a potent flavor that is perfect on meat. Neither of these salts contain iodine (which is important for thyroid health) like table salt. So don't forget to use the shaker once in a while.
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