This 'Dinosaur Egg' is One Of The Rarest Salts In The World | Still Standing | Insider Business
Asin tibuok, nicknamed the dinosaur egg, is one of the rarest salts in the world. In the 1960s, saltmaking families in the Philippine island of Bohol would trade it for food and other goods. But the craft nearly disappeared in the late 20th century when younger people left the trade for more profitable careers.
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00:00 Introduction 01:18 Preparing Coconut Husks 03:25 Filtering Seawater Through Ashes 04:18 Preparing the Stove 06:30 Cooking Salt Brine 08:20 Removing and Cleaning Pots 09:29 Packing Asin Tibuok 09:53 ASIN Law 10:59 Indonesian Palung Salt 13:47 How to Cook with Asin Tibuok at Toyo Eatery 15:19 Challenges 16:40 Asin Tibuok’s Future
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This ‘Dinosaur Egg’ is One Of The Rarest Salts In The World | Still Standing | Insider Business