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Rivsalt Salt Grinder

Rivsalt is a gastronomic experience and a new way of adding salt to food. Unlike traditional salt-grinders that use already pulverized pieces of salt, the Rivsalt Salt Grinder allows you to work a whole block of pink Himalayan Salt. Perfectly shaped himalayan salt crystals are grated with the functional, yet beautiful, stainless steel grater. A natural oak wood board serves as a great stand to the Japanese grater. This set has been designed so that the natural Himalayan salt can be grated directly onto your dish and sit beautifully on your table or kitchen counter. A great addition to your kitchen and the perfect gift for a foodie.



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ULTRATUNER

UltraTuner is the newest and most accurate tuning app ever, designed and developed by the IK Multimedia team for iPhone and iPod touch, and streamlined for the Apple Watch. Itīs 10 times more precise than mechanical strobe tuners, considered by many as the tuning benchmark. Its high accuracy is due to the exclusive dual-analysis processing engine allowing a much more precise frequency reading. Designed with two modes: stage and studio, featuring an intuitive interfa...
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THE OBEROI UDAIVILAS HOTEL | UDAIPUR INDIA

The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur is located in a city of majestic palaces and beautiful lakes. Designed as a traditional Indian palace, the Oberoi Udaivilas captures all the romance and splendor of a royal era. Walking inside the hotel is like traveling back in time. The semi-open rooms with balconies and private swimming pools are a unique feature of Udaivilas. Its luxurious spa overlooking the lake is a haven of serenity, experts take care of the body and soul of ...
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NORWEGIAN WOOD

Norwegian Wood has been a best seller in Scandinavian countries for the past year, a book about the wisdom of chopping, stacking, and drying wood the Scandinavian way. The beautifully illustrated book provides useful advice, practical tips, interesting facts and anecdotes, but also dives into the history of our relationship with wood and fire. This US edition is a fully updated version of the Norwegian original, but with an appendix of US based resources and contact...
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