About Louis SelAn avid Francophile and gourmet, Karen first met Gilles, Matthieu, and their hand-harvested salts at a Parisian food fair. After trying it, she immediately fell in love. She searched for equivalents of these salts in specialty shops in the U.S., but never found anything that came close to the flavor and refinement. When she gave them as gifts to her friends, they soon discovered how this “magic salt” could transform their everyday cooking. Louis Sel is delighted to be the exclusive U.S. distributor of Morel et Le Chantoux. Once you try it, you’ll be hooked!
For more information about Morel et Le Chantoux, visit www.LeSelDeGuerande.fr
Where to find Louis Sel salthttp://www.louissel.com/
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