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Evan Whitfield - Player - Professional
2004, the Fire traded Whitfield and Dipsy Selolwane to the expansion Real Salt Lake in exchange for Salt Lake's 2005 third round and 2006 second round draft picks ... He played five games for Salt Lake before being released mid-season ...
Sea Salt
... Sea salt, salt obtained by the evaporation of seawater, is used in cooking and cosmetics ... It is also called bay salt or solar salt ... Generally more expensive than table salt, it is commonly used in gourmet cooking and specialty potato chips, particularly the kettle cooked variety (known as hand-cooked in the UK/Europe) ...
Smoked Salmon - Production - Brining Salmon
... Wet brining Brining in a solution containing water, salt, sugar, spices, with (or without) sodium nitrite for a number of days ... typically used in Europe, in which salmon fillets are covered with a mix of salt and sugar ... in the fish are modified (denatured) by the salt, which enables the flesh of the salmon to hold moisture better than it would if not brined ...
Bill Griffiths - Selected Bibliography
1966 – 80), Reality Street, Sussex 2010 William Rowe (Ed.), The Salt Companion to Bill Griffiths (Salt Publishing, 2007) The Mud Fort, Salt Publishing ...
Sea Salt - Historical Production
... Mineral salt has long been mined wherever it was available the salt mines of Hallstatt go back at least to the Iron Age ... However, there are many places where mineral salt is not present, and the alternative coastal source has also been exploited for thousands of years ... For this reason, modern sea salt production is almost entirely found in Mediterranean and other warm, dry climates ...

Famous quotes containing the word salt:

    But we are spirits of another sort.
    I with the morning’s love have oft made sport,
    And like a forester the groves may tread
    Even till the eastern gate, all fiery-red,
    Opening on Neptune with fair blessèd beams,
    Turns unto yellow gold his salt green streams.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted?
    Bible: New Testament Jesus, in Matthew, 5:13.

    From the Sermon on the Mount.