Integral sea salt (96.5%), herbs [parsley, fennel (1.8%)], saltwort (1%) garlic, chilli
Salicornia, also known as sea asparagus, is a spontaneous edible herbaceous plant that is valuable to salt farmers for its high levels of beneficial substances and considerable energy supply.
It is eaten during the summer months, when high temperatures and excessive humidity cause the loss of fluids and minerals through sweating. Its fresh shoots are harvested by hand in limited quantities between April and June. Already favoured by the Vikings as an essential food during long sea crossings, it was an important source of hydration and minerals such as iodine, potassium and magnesium.
How to use Cervia sweet salt with fennel
Cervia sweet salt with glasswort is ideal for seasoning meat, fish, vegetables, sauces and soups, adding the fresh taste of parsley and fennel and the strong flavour of pepper and garlic.
It is also a natural alternative to bouillon cubes as a flavour enhancer.