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Sprinkle liberally onto fresh summer tomatoes tossed with fruity olive oil—c’est vraiment magique!
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Few companies have the audacity to make their names on the basis of one product alone, but that's just what Sel Magique has done. Their signature handmade blend of fleur de sel de Guerande and herbes de Provence—based on a traditional Breton recipe—has become an established fixture in gourmet kitchens both professional and amateur, and a taste of the flavorful pairing makes it easy to see why. The game-changer works equally well as a finishing salt as it does as base for a wide variety of dishes, bringing out natural flavors and adding the harmonious taste of fine herbs for that little something extra.
Fleur de sel de Guerande establishes an even, mineral-rich saltiness with added flavor from the subtle herbal mixture of herbes de Provence.
Fleur de Sel de Grérande scented with Herbes de Provence (100% naturally grown herbs from the provence region of France), Including Savory, Thyme, Marjoram, and Lavender
I knew I had a great product when I open the jar just to smell it. I use it on everything from eggs to burgers. the jar is huge to boot, a great value.
This is one of the most delicious seasonings I own and I'm so glad I tried it. Put it on just about anything and all of the sudden it's almost the best thing you've ever ate.
This is worth the splurge if you like cooking and spices. Ive been sprinkling this on my chicken salads, and all sorts of things. Very delicious!
I love the way this blend of salt and spices enhances foods natural flavors. I use this mixture on eggs, and burgers. Excellent little bit of wow to add to your meals.
I really like this spice combo. It tasted great on steak and meatloaf. I even tried it on baked potato and it really vamped up the taste