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Old 05-08-2009, 04:31 PM   #11
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Anyone use a grinder for sea salt ? Regular grinder does not work for wet salt. Sometimes I want a finer grain sea salt.
i was surfing a couple weeks ago and came across a site selling sea salt. there was one that said you needed a grinder that had ceramic grinders due to the moisture in the salt. if i can find the site again i will post the link. they also sold the grinders for the wet sea salt on this site. i will try to find the site for you.

here we go:
Ceramic Salt Mills http://www.dowsers.com/page64.html

Fine Grind for Salt & Pepper
White $17.95 Black $17.95
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thanks for the link. LC
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Old 05-09-2009, 12:20 PM   #13
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thanks for the link. LC
you're welcome sweetie. i am thinking of buying 2 of them they look pretty good. i like that they store upside down and the top catches the ground product for easy measure. mine are 20 years old and they leek salt and pepper.
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