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Wishing everyone a happy 4th of July – stay safe and have fun today! #4thofJuly
Some people think that salty food makes you bloat or retain water, and yes, this happens when you consume white table salt and refined salt used in processed foods.⠀
However, with real sea salt, the opposite happens because of its balanced ratio of minerals, especially potassium and sodium, which help release retained water. Eating real food and salting your own food with sea salt will help eliminate bloat and water retention!
Due to its powerful toxin-clearing properties, some advocates have proposed activated charcoal as a treatment for an ever-growing list of conditions! What do you use it for? #charcoal #activatedcharcoal
Our Hostess of Local Smoked Oak is a 4 ounce resealable package, and we ask you to please re-use/recycle packaging! This salt is the perfect addition to any steak and vegetables on the grill this summer.⠀
#MarthasVineyard #SeaSalt #GetSaltyMV #NewEngland #VisitMV #VisitMA #SaltLife #OceanFriendly
Cultural immersion with my favorites, Black Violins. #marthasvineyard #blackviolin #summer
We are excited to be a part of the family at @myxmarket_mv! #marthasvineyard
Sure our salt blends are delicious, but we also like to think they are so gorgeous as well!
Did you know? 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! We love reading about our salty history! #DukesCountyIntelligencer
The gorgeous hydrangeas in Edgartown are the perfect backdrop to our salt, don’t you agree?! #Hydrageas
Stock up at @rosewater_market with all our salt blends! #edgartown #seasalt #marthasvineyard
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! #SaltLife
Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt is the Vineyard’s first operating salt works in nearly 200 years! #SaltHistory