The first time I went to a local saltwater rinse, I was absolutely stunned by the way the water turned milky and oily.
I didn’t think that saltwater could really be washed down the drain.
But when I tried it, it was the perfect solution to this problem.
The water turns milky, soft, and shiny.
It’s like a soft sponge.
But because it’s so soft, it actually helps your body detoxify the saltwater.
After you rinse, your body can absorb the salt and naturally cleanse itself of any toxins that have been present in the water.
Your body is cleaner, faster, and more balanced.
So now you can rinse your salt water with saltwater in just a few minutes.
I love using my saltwater salt rinsers.
I have used them in my cooking for almost two decades, and they’re just the perfect water for me.
I also have them in the fridge, where they can last up to a week.
Here’s a great video about the water rinners from the Saltwater Rinses.
Saltwater rinning is so easy, but it can be so messy if you have multiple rinsings, or if you don’t rinse frequently.
So, here are the steps to making the perfect saltwater rice rinser, using a basic saltwater recipe:Step 1: Mix the ingredients for your rinsed rice into a bowl.
Step 2: Take a bowl with a lid and add water and salt.
Stir to combine.
Step 3: Add the rice to the bowl, then pour in the rinse water and let sit for five minutes.
Step 4: Drain the rice.
Step 5: Rinse the rice with a simple saltwater bath and use it to make a saltwater salad for lunch.