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Sea salt--is French Atlantic ok?

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I know Celtic sea salt is the best. From my local co op I can get coarse French Atlantic salt, or French salt prepared "using ancient Celtic methods". Which would be better, until I can order some Celtic from radiantlife or whoever?
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I'm not sure there's even a difference between Celtic Sea Salt (TM) and sea salt from France made with traditional methods. I've been buying Trader Joe's own brand of sea salt- it looks and tastes exactly the same as the Celtic Sea Salt (TM) but it's cheaper
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i just find the taste slightly different...French SS I use more on fruits and sweets.
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