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For ingredients grown from the earth

Rice, soybeans, root vegetables, vegetables, millets, rice, wheat, etc. (Good compatibility with foods grown in the soil.)


* For dishes centered on vegetables *

Making soup (vegetable soup, ramen soup), stir-fried vegetables, making bread, making salted olives, salted lemon, ratatuyu, hot vegetables, edible beans, edible wild plants, vegetable tempura, soup, musubi, etc.


* Recommended for making fermented foods *

For making bread, miso, pickles (pickled plums), and salted jiuqu!


※Use scene※

Single user ✕ Gift  ✕ Present  Is the most popular size


* For people like this *

The salt content is about 20% lower than that of rock salt (* Note * The component value changes depending on nature). It is easy to use for those who are concerned about salt content and who are looking for suitable salt.

Ishigaki salt 158g

SKU: 4525956000882
  • ~ Ishigaki's salt ~ Seawater from the full moon to the new moon (first to second) (second to first).

    Ishigaki's salt is a delicious salt that is naturally friendly to the islanders (Simanchu), born from 100% seawater from Nagura Bay, the southernmost Yaeyama Islands in Japan, where coral reefs grow. The salt finished in a kettle for 3 days is characterized by a mellow aftertaste.


    "The origin is the same source of medicine and food"


    Nagura Bay, which has the meaning of a place where fry gather in the dialect of the island. This is the starting point. Please enjoy "salt", which is an essential mineral based on the idea of the same source of medicine and food.



    The grain size / texture / texture is fine and moist. It is resistant to moisture and does not harden easily, so it is easy to use even if it is placed around the kitchen.


    Raw material name / Seawater (Ishigaki Island)

    Capacity / 158g

    Storage method / Room temperature storage

    Salt equivalent / 82.0g

    Nutrition Facts Label / Energy = <3kcal Protein <0.5g Fat <0.01g Carbohydrate <0.1g


    Nutrition facts label ・ The component value of salt equivalent varies depending on the season and nature (spring, summer, autumn, winter ✕ full moon, new moon, etc.).


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