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Q/ How can I tell which kinds of salts are Clean Eating-approved?

In general, the two cleanest salts to have on hand are high-mineral sea salt and additive-free kosher salt. For the majority of your cooking, sea salt is your best friend. It contains trace minerals, is free of additives and isn’t

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