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A Salty Tradition
Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt is the Vineyard’s first operating salt works in nearly 200 years.
Before the invention of modern-day refrigeration, salt was essential to life on Martha’s Vineyard — and throughout the colonies. Salt preserved food, made it more palatable, and was used to tan hides and pack fish for trading — all important to the Vineyard’s economy.
According to the “Dukes County Intelligencer,” the first known salt works on the Vineyard was up and running by 1778. By 1807, salt manufacturing was the island’s second largest industry.
MEET YOUR FARMERS
Chief Salty Strategist
Part geek, part farmer, and 100% able to “make meaningful conversation with wallpaper,” Heidi is co-owner with Curtis of Down Island Farm, LLC. Heidi is passionate about living local and reviving the tradition of making sea salt on Martha’s Vineyard. She draws inspiration from her entrepreneurial father, Milton Feldman (d. 2007), her mom, Joan Turits Feldman, and sisters (Sharon Rowe of ECOBAGS™ Products, Inc. and Ellen Ornato of The Bolder Company™), and from Curtis, the love of her life for 35 years.
Farming is in Curtis’s blood. Raised in the Connecticut river valley, his family farmed over 20 acres for their own use. Lucky for MV Sea Salt, he is also a master carpenter. When not working for the South Mountain Company, Curtis builds things for the house and farm – like a hoop house for edibles, renovating a cabin to serve as a barn, pens for the animals, and a wood shed. He most recently designed and built the solar evaporator.
With Heidi as taster, Curtis also develops MV Sea Salt’s flavor varieties like Oak Smoked. If it weren’t for Curtis, the world would not know about the joys of MV Smoked Oak sea salt on peanut butter!
Come join us and shop local at the Oak Bluffs Open Market 10am to 3pm today! It’s a gorgeous day to support local markets at Washington Park in OB! #marthasvineyard #localmarket #oakbluffs
Happy Thanksgiving from MV Sea Salt! I hope yours is as delicious as ours!
We’re thankful for all of you! ❤️
Want any of the recipes in the video? Head over to our site for last minute recipe ideas, all made with your favorite, your most local, Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt! #marthasvineyard #thanksgiving #recipes #turkey
Sumac, Paprika, and Garlic Sea Salt Brined Turkey and Gravy
Island Honey & Lemon Roasted Yams with Lemon Verbena Sea Salt
Salt Potatoes with Martha’s Vineyard Premium Sea Salt
Cape Cod Cranberry & Ginger Sauce with Blueberry Honey Sea Salt
Smoked Oak Sea Salt Cast Iron Carrots
You asked and we answered!
A customer suggested this nifty method of full, salty coverage and we listened. Our sun-dried sea salt is re-hydrated in distilled water for your tasting pleasure. Each spritz emits 160mcg of spray – you just had to know that. Packaged as three – Premium, Smoked Oak, and Blueberry Honey.
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What’s the one dish you are most excited about this Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments below! #marthasvineyard #recipes #thanksgiving
Salt potatoes are a regional dish of Syracuse, New York.They are a staple food at fairs and barbecues in the Central New York region, where they are most popular. Potatoes specifically intended for salt potatoes can be purchased by the bag along with packages of salt.⠀
The Syracuse area of New York has a long history of salt production. Salt springs located around Onondaga Lake were used to create consumable salt that was distributed throughout the northeast via the Erie Canal. Salinated brine was laid out to dry on large trays. The salt residue was then scraped up, ground, and packaged.⠀
Salt potatoes originated in Syracuse and comprised most of a salt worker’s daily diet. During the 1800s, Irish salt miners would bring a bag of small, unpeeled, substandard potatoes to work each day. At lunch time, they boiled the potatoes in salt brine. #WikipediaToldUs
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