Salt, Kosher is a distinct small, flake-style crystal
much larger than common table-salt and contains sodium chloride. "The texture and shape of kosher-style salt is lighter and more delicate than a typical fine grain salt."
Kosher salt dissolves quickly and evenly into foods when cooking and adds a slight crunch when sprinkled over dishes.
Usually twice as much kosher salt by volume replaces table salt.
Serving size is 1/4 teaspoon, 1.2 grams and 0 calories.
Kosher salt is used on meats, chicken, vegetables, pasta or cooked dishes and for brushing on breads, rools, bagels and soft pretzels before baking.