Our Pahadi Salt is made the traditional way, by Pahadi women who grind the rock salt on a silbatta (a large red stone) with two smaller stones.
Pahadi salt is minimally processed, keeping in tune with the traditional ways of salt making. The common industrial process of refining can often rid the salt of important minerals like potassium, calcium and magnesium. The table salt we commonly find in the market is also full of anti-caking chemicals as opposed to the all-natural Pahadi salt.
You can sprinkle Pahadi salt onto juices, common food items like parathas, fruit salads, juice, chaas, pani puri, curd, or even on an avocado toast! You can get really creative with the way you use this flavourful salt!
Rock Salt is safe for daily consumption as long as you don’t go over the recommended sodium intake for a day, which should not be over 2,300 mg.
Yes, Rock Salt is perfectly safe to cook with.
We source our Rock Salt from the Pahadi regions of India.
It is safe for consumption by children in smaller quantities since the sodium requirement for children is lesser than the one for adults.
The expiry date is x months from the date of manufacture.
Nope! We use all-natural ingredients, without adding any flavouring, colours or preservatives.
Rock Salt generally has lower sodium content as compared to regular table salt. It is perfectly safe for consumption. But if you do have hypertension, it is recommended that you consult your doctor before beginning regular consumption.
Our Pahadi Salt has been hand-ground in accordance with the traditional ways. It is not processed by machines. It is naturally rich in micronutrients like potassium, calcium and magnesium.
Yes, it can but since ouhat will add some extra flavouring to your for salt has hand-ground herbs and spices, it’s got a diverse flavour profile tod as well!
Himalayan Salt is good for the respiratory system, improving sleep quality and reducing signs of aging. It's also rich in micronutrients.
It’s got a zingy zest from the Pahadi salt with a slight crunch from the Bhaang Dana.