Mini Uahi Black Hawaiian Sea Salt

Mini Uahi Black Sea Salt

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Uahi is our Hawaiian Black Sea Salt Blend made from mineral-rich solar-evaporated Molokai sea salt and activated coconut-shell charcoal.

Activated charcoal contains naturally occurring trace minerals and electrolytes and is known for its detoxifying effects and as digestive aid. It also gives Uahi its dramatic color and rich unique flavor.

Uahi Black Sea Salt Uses
The black salt is prized by chefs making for a beautiful finish on many fresh foods and salads and adding distinct flavor to grilled meats, poultry and seafood and to roasts

Ingredients
Natural Sea Salt, Activated Charcoal With Naturally Occurring Trace Minerals And Electrolytes

* Hawaiian Sea salt has a high moisture content

Bottle size: 2 oz

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