In Western cuisines, salt is used in cooking, and also made available to diners in salt shakers on the table.
Table salt is refined salt, which contains about 97% to 99% sodium chloride. It usually contains substances that make it free-flowing (anti-caking agents) such as sodium silicoaluminate or magnesium carbonate.
Sometimes people also add a few grains such as uncooked rice in salt shakers to absorb extra moisture and help break up clumps when anti-caking agents are not enough to keep the salt free flowing.
There are a wide variety of sea salts and finishing salts available.
So easy to make, and it came out very tasty. Instead of red bell pepper, we used yellow bell peppers. Next time I will substitute broccoli and maybe a carrot to add more colors.
The dish was low fat and low calories as well, we served it with rice, but feel free to have noodles or bread to go with it.