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10% off on All Mizzi's Products (eg: West Australian Desert Salt Flakes – Fleur De Sel 450g $13.50) + Shipping @ Mizzi's

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Our Salt Flakes come from our clean pure underground ancient artesian mineral rich brine springs from our licensed salt farm in the semi desert at Doodlakine, Western Australia. They are hand picked from our clay pans. We use only solar power.

The salt flakes are large mild tasting flakes with a tinge of sweetness to them. Perfect as a finishing salt for salads, meats, fish and other dishes.

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    Price in title please

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    Price in the title pls :)

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    Where's the deal

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      Added 10% coupon discount :)

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    lean pure underground ancient artesian mineral rich brine springs

    Buzzword bingo

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      Whoever came up with the description was probably paid per adjective

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      I thought you'd mention the town, @nurries ;)

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        I didn't even read that far to be honest haha

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          The town next to it is called Sawbles.

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      me trying to do my 2000 word essay

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      "Our Salt Flakes come from our clean pure underground ancient artesian mineral rich brine springs from our licensed salt farm in the semi desert at Doodlakine, Western Australia.
      They are hand picked from our clay pans. We use only solar power."

      It sounds more delicious, romantic and environmentally friendly than it looks:

      https://i.imgur.com/evIVWic.jpg

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    Isn't salt like $2 a kg at colesworth

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      90 cents per kilo, and you can use the $0.90 salt to make your own flaky "fleur de sel" salt yourself.

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    Whilst I haven't used this stuff (its the first I've heard of it), I'd happily pay the extra couple of bucks for an Aussie made product than the Maldon deal (480g for $12 on sale at Coles this week) if it compares to Maldon.

    Don't go comparing salt flakes to table salt or even regular rock salt because it's not. Completely different products.

    OP - Is there any stockists in Perth or are you online only? I don't currently need any but will pick some up to try when my Maldon supply runs out.

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      https://mizzis.com.au/locations/ Thanks for your support :)

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        Thanks, the Woodvale one is my local shopping centre so will have to pop in and grab some when I need it.

        It's a tough crowd around here. People that know and use Maldon will jump in on that deal but everyone commenting in here will thing salt is salt.

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    At this price I'll have salt for dinner.

    Bear in mind: there are lots of ppl out there who'll pay top dollar for inferior technology . Eg vinyl v CD, VHS v DVD for the nostalgia

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      These salt flakes are floating salt flakes so they attract the right balance of minerals plus its picked while wet so it does not get saturated with bitter minerals like magnesium and potassium. The industrial salt is saturated in bitter minerals that is why it burns your tongue unlike the flakes were as mentioned they can be eaten as they are due to their mildness.

      Good artisan salt cannot be compared to the cheap industrial salt. The bitterness of cheap salt effects the food taste but the average person cannot pick why sometimes their food does not taste good.

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        OK I agree. I am not throwing shade on the product. There is craftsmanship and hard work. Yet the humble sea salt still does the job. I come from an island where we would put sea water to dry and also hand pick the salt. 😊. Thank you though

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    Im curious, how do you hand pick salt flakes? I know hand picked has been all the rage in the past, but now a days I try to avoid anything handled by hand, even glove worn hands.

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      you prefer big industrial trucks and machines rolling on the salt you eat with synthetic rubber, paint, oil, fuel, toxic smoke and who knows what else falling into the salt which is then ground to a powder that you never see?

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        I cant get COVID from a machine