Endurance Salt Server (8-oz.) by RSVP International
Your favorite gourmet salt will be easily accessible at the table or in the kitchen with our salt server. Durable stainless steel frame holds an 8-oz. glass bowl and features a unique flip-top lid with silicone gasket to keep your salt fresh and dry. Dishwasher safe but we recommend hand washing. See complete description »
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Your favorite gourmet salt will be easily accessible at the table or in the kitchen with our salt server. Durable stainless steel frame holds an 8-oz. glass bowl and features a unique flip-top lid with silicone gasket to keep your salt fresh and dry. Dishwasher safe but we recommend hand washing.
I love this salt dish. Packaging is nice, makes a great gift for someone like my dad who has just about every kitchen gadget there is. We all love Alton Browns show, and love that this item is what he uses.
The spoon is really tiny. You can't pick it up by the glass part because it come out. Those are the cons that I found. I like that the lid stays open when you want it to. It is made well and because the glass comes out like I mentioned previously, it is easy to clean. It is the right size to grab a pinch of salt and not feel like your hand is cramped into a tiny space.
I like the lid as opposed to an open container. I have one for salt and one for freshly ground pepper. The clear glass makes it easy to see which is which, wherein my salt boxes look the same . I also like the way they look on my counter.
Opens very easy with one hand and is large enough to get that pinch out. Closed tightly so as to keep the moisture out.
It's very, very nice, but (I feel) a little "spendy".
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The main difference between salts is in their texture. Table salt's fine grain dissolves quickly and therefore is the preferred salt when baking. Sea and kosher salt's larger, irregular grain if sprinkled on food at the last minute adds a delightful crunch and hit of briny flavor as it dissolves on the tongue. Generally, accomplished cooks prefer kosher salt when cooking, since its coarse texture is easier "to take a pinch of" when seasoning savory dishes.