Cape May Sea Salt Company

Saturday, June 27, 2015

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This is exactly what it sounds like - sea salt produced in Cape May County, straight from the Atlantic Ocean.  A partnership between Windy Acres Farm and chef Lucas Manteca, Cape May Sea Salt Company currently sells three different package sizes both online and at The Red Store and Windy Acres Farm.  We got to see a bit of the production at last week’s Slow Food South Jersey Shore fundraiser. 

 

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The entire process takes place on Windy Acres farm, with meticulous distillation and drying housed in repurposed greenhouses once used for hothouse tomatoes.  The result is large, brittle flakes that crumble beautifully over any summer dish.

 

Posted by Donna on 06/27 at 10:12 AM


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