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www.mortonsalt.com/article/salt-conversion-chart

Coarse Kosher Salt. Fine Sea Salt. Coarse Sea Salt. Canning & Pickling Salt. 1⁄4 teaspoon, 1⁄4 teaspoon, 1⁄4 teaspoon, 1⁄4 teaspoon, 1⁄4 teaspoon. 1 teaspoon ...

www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-substitute-table-salt-for-sea-salt

All forms of salt contain sodium chloride and begin with the evaporation of water, according to the Gourmet Sleuth's "Guide to Culinary Salts." Sea salt remains...

www.freep.com/story/life/food/recipes/2017/01/25/substituting-sea-salt-kosher-salt/97049346

Jan 25, 2017 ... Can table salt be substituted for sea salt in equal measures? Most can, but the amount depends on the crystal size.

cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/1851/substituting-table-salt-or-sea-salt-for-kosher-salt

Jul 18, 2010 ... I don't know how well a substitution will work in this case, because I don't know how the salt is being used in the recipe. If you're mixing the salt ...

www.livestrong.com/article/287140-how-to-substitute-kosher-salt-for-sea-salt-in-baking

Sep 9, 2015 ... Salt is a mineral composite of sodium and chloride. According to a report from the Massachusetts Department of Health and Human Services, ...

www.myrecipes.com/how-to/cooking-questions/types-of-salt

Most recipes, unless they specify otherwise, assume you are using table salt. You may substitute fine sea salt in the same amount, but kosher salt, because it ...

www.cooksillustrated.com/how_tos/5529-how-to-substitute-salt

For all intents and purposes, table salt is "saltier" than kosher salt or coarse sea salt. (Table salt has smaller individual crystals, so more crystals of table salt than  ...

food52.com/hotline/2606-can-i-substitute-table-salt-or-sea-salt-for-kosher-salt-1-1

as long as the 1:1 substitution is by weight. kosher salt is lighter per volume than table or sea salt. A general rule by volume is this: if you are using Diamond ...

www.thekitchn.com/good-questions-266-153740

Aug 15, 2011 ... Seems to me that kosher salt looks and tastes like regular coarse sea salt. Can you substitute one for the other, in terms of flavor and ...