Salt, that all-purpose flavour enhancer most commonly found on oily hot chips, mightn’t always seem like the most exotic seasoning. But that’s where we beg to differ. Salt can truly be a thing of beauty, and steal the show from other, arguably more exciting spices.
The best example of this? Mount Zero’s Pink Lake Natural Salt. Derived from the mineral-rich waters of Western Victoria, a small amount of this pink-tinted salt is hand-harvested and sun-dried each year. It’s this commitment to sustainable techniques and regionalism that ensures a stellar product every time. It’s also harvested with the approval of the Traditional Owners, the Barengi Gadjin Land Council, so that these techniques have been refined by Indigenous and non-Indigenous people alike, and this cooperation allows the salt – also known as guradj gadjin – to really shine.
So if you need to spice up your meals, we know where you should start – the Mount Zero Pink Lake Natural Salt.
Mount Zero Pink Lake Natural Salt Mill features:
Hand-harvested and sun-dried from Western Victoria, Australia.
Rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulphur, iron, manganese, zinc, copper and beta carotene.
Complex, well-rounded flavour.
Pigment changes based on whether the salt is wet or dry – the more moisture in the salt, the darker the pigment.
Dimensions: Bottle measures approximately 12.5cm tall.