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How many kinds of edible salts are there?
what is the difference?

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Asked by sonia dubey, 27 Sep '07 04:55 pm
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There i know medican with iodoine puklvarised and rock salt
Answered by Quest, 05 Jun '13 03:20 am

 
  
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There i know medican with iodoine puklvarised and rock salt
Answered by Dinesh C S, 11 Aug '09 02:33 pm

 
  
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I know about one salt that is table salt jyada dala to khana kharab kum dala to bhi khana kharab aur sabse badi baat nahi dala to bhi khana kharab is line namak ko bhul jaaa
Answered by sachin, 27 Sep '07 06:48 pm

 
  
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Types Of Edible Salt

Table salt is a fine-grained salt produce from either rock salt or sea salt like that produced in Cargill's evaporation ponds. Iodized table salt contains a small amount of potassium iodide and dextrose (a sugar used to stabilize the iodide) as a dietary supplement to prevent goiter and mental retardation. Plain table salt does not contain potassium iodide and dextrose. All table salt contains an anti-caking agent like calcium silicate to keep it from clumping in humid conditions so it flows freely from the box.

Kosher salt is a coarse, flaky salt. It is not iodized, and depending on the brand it may or may not contain an anti-caking agent like Yellow Prussiate of Soda (sodium ferrocyanide).

Kosher salt is produced using two methods. The industry standard method used by Morton Salt is to flatten salt crystals into flakes using rollers. Cargill, maker of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt, uses a method called the Alberger process. A brine solution is heated in a ...more
Answered by Badal, 27 Sep '07 05:00 pm

 
  
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Unrefined salt - Table salt - Iodized salt - Fluorinated salt
Answered by DIE HARD, 27 Sep '07 04:59 pm

 
  
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Types Of Edible Salt

Table salt is a fine-grained salt produce from either rock salt or sea salt like that produced in Cargill's evaporation ponds. Iodized table salt contains a small amount of potassium iodide and dextrose (a sugar used to stabilize the iodide) as a dietary supplement to prevent goiter and mental retardation. Plain table salt does not contain potassium iodide and dextrose. All table salt contains an anti-caking agent like calcium silicate to keep it from clumping in humid conditions so it flows freely from the box.

Kosher salt is a coarse, flaky salt. It is not iodized, and depending on the brand it may or may not contain an anti-caking agent like Yellow Prussiate of Soda (sodium ferrocyanide).

Kosher salt is produced using two methods. The industry standard method used by Morton Salt is to flatten salt crystals into flakes using rollers. Cargill, maker of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt, uses a method called the Alberger process. A brine solution is heated in a ...more
Answered by sweta padmaja, 27 Sep '07 04:58 pm

 
  
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