Sea salt: Queen of condiments

  1. Activated charcoal isn't the regular charcoal that's used in barbecues. Instead, it's carbon that's been superheated in order to create tiny crevices that can soak up substances, explained Dr. Pat Raymond, a fellow of the American College of
  2. where it is dried in lava beds and colored with activated charcoal. The flavors of these traditional sea salts are distinguished by minerals from the water and local sources. They don't contain the added salts of iodine that are mixed with most
  3. This might be tough to find, but it's pretty much the same charcoal used in aquarium filters (aka activated filter carbon). Small pebbles, which you should buy, not collect, since you may introduce pathogens to your terrarium if you bring in pebbles