RIVSALT [grated salt] is a gastronomic experience and a new way of adding salt to food. Natural Himalaya salt is grated onto the dish with a stainless steel grater of highest quality. The salt and grater become centerpiece of the dining table when placed in the accompanying desk stand made from untreated natural oak.
• Centerpiece of the dining table
• Add quality flavor onto the dish
This the original rivsalt product includes a Japanese style grater, a Himalaya salt rock and a desk stand made from untreated natural oak, all delivered in an attractive cardboard gift tube.
7,60cm (height) x 5,50cm (width) x 0,15cm (thickness)
NOTE: your rivsalt RIVSALT grater is comparable to a quality chef’s knife. To keep it sharp, shiny and rust free wash you grater by hand regularly using a mild dishwashing liquid and water. Use a brush to remove loose pepper or salt. After washing, rinse with water and dry thoroughly with a towel. The grater should not be put in the dishwasher. Doing so could damage the sharp edges. Please be aware that during hot weather and high humidity it is necessary to care a little extra for your RIVSALT grater and clean your grater more regularly. Desk stand
6,40 cm (diameter) x 1,9 cm (thickness)
Manufactured out of FSC-certified oak wood.
Himalayan salt rocks
Irregular dimension, and vary between 2-5cm
~40g inside packaging
Cardboard gift tube
4,5 cm (diameter) x 13,5 cm (height)
How to use
Essential. Enigmatic material, salt is indispensable on the table, so common that we forget it except when the superstition requires not to pass it from hand to hand or to throw a pinch of it behind our shoulders when pouring. Apotropaic gestures, which basically tell us how mysterious salt is. So why not add to these ancient rituals a more current, cheerful one: grate the salt! A gastronomic exercise but also manual, visual and olfactory. Rivsalt is a new way of giving flavor to our dishes. It is a table sculpture, with a solid oak base. But it is also, above all, a new gesture full of flavor, which brings into play all the senses, and perhaps even a sixth, that of amazement.