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Best Salt Grinders

Updated November 2018
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    While we’re used to seeing salt as tiny grains, it also comes as coarse particles, such as sea salt or kosher salt. These work better in grilled meat, stews, and other dishes. A salt grinder contains blades that grind the salt particles when a knob is turned. This allows you to use one dispenser for cooking and the table as these grinders allow adjustability of the grain size. Materials used in most salt grinders today include ceramic, stainless steel, wood, or glass. Those who have problems twisting lids may prefer an electric salt grinder, which only requires you to press a button. If you buy a grinder with steel blades, expect the salt to eventually corrode them. One with ceramic blades will avoid this.

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