Sea salt too salty?


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I'm not a big salt fan, but I do like a little on some things. I can easily adjust when adding to a recipe, but when salting after the fact, like on fried eggs or a steak, I'm finding the sea salt too salty. It's probably due to the crystals being so much larger than table salt. Is there an easy way to grind it smaller? Will a pepper mill work, or is that designed for much larger peppercorns? Is there such a thing as a salt mill? Where would I find one?

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I've been using fine ground Celtic Sea Salt which you can get at Whole Foods. It's great in any recipe that calls for salt but also as a finishing salt to sprinkle on your dish after it's done. Celtic Sea Salt is also great because it is full of minerals that the body needs. It is not the typical bleached table salt with additives that we have been consuming for far too long!

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