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Sometimes when you buy multivitamins there is a small packet of silica gel. I would say it is food-safe. I have been using one in my large salt canister for years. My salt shaker manages without one. If the humidity is really troublesome, you can remove the packet as needed and dry it out in a low temp oven for 30 minutes.


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Would a liquid spray work? Dissolve the salt in water and use a fine spray on the food when you need salt.


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You may opt for purchasing coarse salt which, just prior to use, is milled to finer grains in a salt grinder. Their working principle is very similar to pepper grinders (torsion of the upper part into the opposite direction in respect to the lower part of the grinder), and thus equally sold in pairs with pepper grinders, too. They are available in ...


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As this is the Life Hacks site (not a shopping site) I won't answer the XY problem but address the clumping or clogging of salt, which is the actual problem that needs to be solved. Table salt used in shakers is different from cooking salt. Various anti-caking agents are used, such as calcium or magnesium carbonate, and sodium aluminosilicate. If you are ...


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I know this is an old question, but I have another answer. Just like other answers say to cover the food, well, instead of using 1 time use options, use a "tupperware" lid. You know all those storage container lids that you have socked away in your cupboard without any matches, use one to cover your food. You can easily rinse it when done and wash ...


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