Doran sez, "A retired barber named Joe Godlewski wasn't happy with all that 'Kosher salt' TV chefs use, so he's selling sea salt, blessed by an Episcopalian priest and marketing it as 'Christian Salt'.
Of course, most chefs use Kosher salt because of its properties, and not because of any blessing which may have been given by a rabbi."
Oh, sure, but what if you're not an Episcopalian? What about Mormons, Baptists, Catholics and Scientologists? Where's their salt?
Christian salt seller hopes to shake up market
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