Table salt is not recommended for fermenting vegetables due to its additives such as anti-caking agents and added iodine.
Himalayan salt, rich in minerals and considered one of the purest, is available in various colors and ideal for fermenting vegetables.
Kosher salt typically has larger crystals compared to granular table salt and contains fewer additives, it may sometimes include anti-caking agents.
Pickling salt is a good option for fermenting vegetables as it lacks iodine and anti-caking agents found in iodized table salt
Unrefined sea salt, rich in minerals and derived from the evaporation of seawater, is better than iodized salts and ideal for fermenting vegetables
Utah-sourced Real Salt, a completely unrefined brand containing trace minerals, is a popular and good option for fermenting.