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Salt: A Global Pantry • Salt is as familiar as water and the air we breathe, and it’s just as essential to us. Historically, people have depended on salt for preserving food so they had a supply to last them through lean times. Salt was an essential, sought-after commodity then—and still is today. THE MIRACLE OF SALT (Artisan Books) celebrates salt’s essential role in helping us make the best use of our food by preserving and enhancing it, so that it not only keeps well but also tastes delicious. From the puckery preserved lemons of the Middle East to the sweet-salty desserts of Brittany, discover culturally important condiments, dishes and drinks from around the world.