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Crunchy Salt and Pepper Shrimp (Jiaoyan Suxia)

Fried until perfectly crisp with a naturally sweet flavor, these guys are kind of like the potato chips of the sea.

Flyfishing for steelhead on the Dean River in British Columbia

The Dean River in British Columbia is known for having strong, hard fighting steelhead that crush flies! Fish so fresh, they still have sea lice attached. You could be fishing within a mile and a half of the salt. The post Flyfishing for steelhead on the Dean River in British Columbia appeared first on Outdoors International Hunting.

Betsy’s Vegan Sea Salt and Coconut Oil Scrub

It has been a very long time since my schedule as a high school art teacher and freelance writer has allowed me to do something completely decadent for myself. So on Saturday, with Spring Break having just commenced, I decanted oils and even mouthwash into these pretty glass bottles. Oh, and we took the Christmas Read more

LUSH's Big Shampoo is A Pot of Salty Goodness

It’s not often that a beauty product has such a life-altering effect on your life, but Big Sea Salt Shampoo from LUSH was just that product. The sea salt-based ‘poo allowed my normally greasy hair (I’m talking dry-shampoo-ain’t-helping greasy) to look healthy and clean even two days after washing. Read more...

Producer Gale Anne Hurd Left A Terminator Screening Because Of Sea Salt Popcorn

Movie theaters have been making all kinds of changes in recent years, from changing the way that seating works to updating the drinks and beverages menu. But is every change good?

Your diet is doomed because Krispy Kreme now makes Ghirardelli chocolate doughnuts

Never mind Krispy Kreme's cruel April Fools' Day joke. It’s time to embrace the doughnut chain again, thanks to some San Francisco flair.  For a limited time, Krispy Kreme is offering Mint Chocolate and Sea Salt Caramel doughnuts. The...Show More Summary

Krispy Kreme and Ghirardelli Combine For the Chocolate Doughnuts of Your Dreams

Krispy Kreme's chocolate frosted doughnuts are about to get a major upgrade thanks to the addition of Ghirardelli. The two beloved brands have collaborated for two new doughnuts, Mint Chocolate and Sea Salt Caramel, that will be available at participating locations in the US and Canada for a limited time starting on April 3. Show More Summary

The First Sign of Spring Openings

Sea Salt is open right now! The tulips are sprouting, buds are on the trees and the sun is shining with a welcome ferocity, even if the Minnesota temperatures are still only nudging above freezing. It’s time to check in on our favorite...Show More Summary

Dead Sea salt reveals drought on a scale never recorded - and it could happen again

Thick layers of Dead Sea salt found 1,000 feet below the sea bed holds clues to our planet's past - and a warning. The salt reveals during warm periods in Earth's history, the region - the Dead Sea is bordered by Palestine, Jordan, and Israel - suffered from drought with no known precedent. Show More Summary

Is Viral Instagram Star Salt Bae Plotting A Dallas Restaurant?

The star visited The Star If you have somehow managed to avoid the videos of Nusret Gökçe, better known as Salt Bae, showering sodium onto giant hunks of meat, you likely live under a rock. For those that are dying to try steaks seared...Show More Summary

Dead Sea evidence of unprecedented drought is future warning

A 30-metre layer of salt discovered beneath Dead Sea reveals drought worse than any in human history – and it could happen again Far below the Dead Sea, between Israel, Jordan and Palestinian territories, researchers have found evidence of a drought that has no precedent in human experience. Show More Summary

Dead Sea Salt Shows Climate Change’s Most Extreme Drought

last monthNews : The Newsroom

Salt found deep below the Dead Sea floor shows how climate change can cause an extreme drought that could potentially hurt millions of people.

An insider’s guide to the Dead Sea

You’ll find the Dead Sea running in-between Israel and Jordan at the lowest point on earth. It is a hypersaline lake, with a salt content of over thirty percent, meaning that no aquatic life can survive in it, hence its name. The Dead...Show More Summary

The Paleo Diet Fad Has Spun Totally Out of Control—and It's Giving Neanderthals a Bad Rap

Neanderthals didn't munch on paleo Filipino pili nuts with Himalayan sea salt. But our ancestors had a good understanding of what foods were available to them. The Paleolithic diet has taken the world by storm in recent years, and modern man has eagerly cashed in on the growing desire to eat primitively. Show More Summary

Gardening worms and climate change undermine natural coastal protection

(NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research) Dikes could be lower if they are protected against the waves by grassy marshes. But the protective salt marsh grass is struggling, not only due to increasingly stronger waves, but also to the superfood diet of ragworms. Show More Summary

Drawdowns and death of the Salton Sea

Water diverted to metropolitan areas along the coast will expose large swaths of lake bed and drastically increase salt levels in the lake.

Himalayan Salt Brings Light and Nature Back to Your Life

2 months agoLifestyle / House & Home : Dornob

Himalayan salt, a rock salt from the Punjab region of Pakistan, has become the latest health fad due to a number of benefits that it is said to possess. Being less processed than both table salt and sea salt, it is Himalayan salt is considered the purest form out there and the best for human […]

LET’S GET ON THAT: Endless nuclear power can be found in the seas. The best way to get uranium ou…

LET’S GET ON THAT: Endless nuclear power can be found in the seas. The best way to get uranium out of salt water is to dip plastic fibers coated with an organic chemical called amidoxime into seawater. The uranyl ions stick to the amidoxime, and can later be extracted and refined into uranium fuel. The […]

The cure for anything is salt water – sweat, tears, or the...

The cure for anything is salt water – sweat, tears, or the sea. -Isak Dinesen

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