Which Type of Salt is Healthiest for You?

Kosher, iodized, sea salt, and more—we break down which types of salt are healthiest, tastiest, and best for cooking.

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Sea salt

Big granules mean more flavor for less sodium, but skip this briny salt in routine cooking or baking since it doesn't dissolve easily, which can cause issues with the taste and texture of dishes.

Bottom line: Try it as a flavorful garnish for soups, salads, and even chocolate chip cookies.

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