Kala namakÂ is a kiln-fired rockÂ saltÂ used in South Asia with a sulphurous, pungent-smell. It is also known as “HimalayanÂ black salt”, SulemaniÂ namak, bit lobon,Â kalaÂ noon, or pada loon and manufactured from theÂ saltsÂ mined in the regions surrounding the Himalayas. It is actually pinkish grey rather than black. The distinct flavour of this salt is what makes it unique from table salt and sea salt.
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