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Vacation Bali Trips & Gili Islands
I have made this video for my family to surprise them at the end of this video. Enjoy. Photopresentation video skip to: 9:11 Places in order: 0:22 Schiphol AMS 0:47 Arrival 0:57 Sanur (Mercure Resort) 1:18 Monkey Forest & Ubud 1:37 Ubud Waterfall 1:43 Snorkling South Bali 2:01 Luwak Coffee Plantage 2:12 Dreamland Beach 2:30 Uluwatu Temple (Fire Dance) 3:38 Blue Lagoon Beach 3:53 Kusamba Salt Mining 4:04 Orchid Plantage 4:07 Resort Mercure Sanur 4:12 Rice Fields 4:21 Mountainbike trip (Downhill) 5:28 Kintamani (mountain Batur) 6:22 Start Gili Trawangan trip 9:11 Photo presentation Thank you for watching!
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1,300-year-old salt production returns to "China's Dead Sea"
These lamps and sculptures are made from special salt and ore found in Yuncheng Salt Lake, known as "China's Dead Sea". People in Yuncheng, north China's Shanxi Province, have been collecting raw salt from the lake for over 4,000 years. But the salt extracting technique still used today was invented more than 1,300 years ago. It greatly improves the quality and production capacity, and was listed as an intangible cultural heritage in Shanxi in 2007.
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Salt production
Salt production Na2SO4
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Sea Salt - SaltGuru  No. 1 HD
What is sea salt, how is it made and how does it differ from other types of salt? Consumers have a right to know the truth about any differences in sodium content between food grade sea salt and regular table salt.
Views: 301 SaltGuru
Bali Traditional Salt Making - Kusamba Beach
Bali Star Island (http://www.balistarisland.com) provides simple and unique video of salt making traditionally done at Kusamba Beach, east part of Bali. It is really traditionally made from the seawater sprinkling on the sand and then put on the screening box which is mixed by the seawater. The result of screening water then put on the simple place under sunshine. Finally, the salt water change/crystallize and the salt is ready to eat
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Salt production
Salt production
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Salt of life - Traditional knowledge and wisdom of satoumi
The Agehama style of salt making has been in Noto peninsula over 500 years. However, as more practical salt making methods were developed, practitioners have declined in number. Prof. Yanagi defined satoumi as a coastal sea with high biological productivity and high biodiversity due to harmonized human activities. As a part of satoumi, the Agehama style salt making needs to be conserved in Noto. This video was produced as a part of collaboration between Ishikawa Prefecture and UNU for "Traditional knowledge and wisdom of satoyama/satoumi charcoal and salt making traditions in Ishikawa". Read the associated article: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/preserving-japans-sea-salt-making-tradition/
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Making Salt near Bangkok
Making salt from seawater is a major industry in Thailand, you don't have to travel far from Bangkok to view these salt farms. Most people discover the salt farms when they drive to Hua Hin one of the leading tourist places in Thailand , driving on highway 35 from Bangkok to Hua Hin as you pass through Samut Sakhorn you will be blinded by white salt in various phases of production. The seawater is pumped from the gulf of Thailand into shallow rectangular fields laid out by the farm owner, the brine is left to evaporate over a period of time, when the evaporation is ended , the salt is scraped up and put into small heaps before being collected by a team of workers who transport the salt by hand to the roadside for bagging and further transportation. Production ceases for a period during the rainy season whilst people maybe in holiday mood as they travel around , there is an educational value blended in as they drive through the the salt farm district. Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/videosonviewdotcom Follow on my Google page: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+FishmarketlondonSeeOurFashion Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/See.our.fashion/ Follow me on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Seeourfashion/
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Video Infosa (EN), sea salt producing company
http://www.infosa.com/en (Video in english of Infosa) Infosa is a modern salt producing company with an average yearly production of more 90,000 tonnes, dedicated to the extraction of sea salt, at different consumer markets and the many other applications of sea salt in general.
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Dibocor's Salt
Dibocor Sall is a small-scale salt harvester in the village of Farabougou in the Kaolack region of Senegal. The salt he harvests is sold in markets throughout Senegal, at prices lower than the salt from large companies. But there´s something missing in Dibocor´s salt an adequate amount of iodine, essential to a child´s brain development. Dibocor needs a new way to iodize his salt and the Micronutrient Initiative, harnessing the strength of its partners, including the World Food Programme, UNICEF and Senegal´s Cellule de lutte contre la malnutrition, may have the solution a sustainable solution for all of Senegal´s small producers. Follow Dibocor across the salt flats of Kaolack as he learns how to give children a brighter future through an innovative method of iodization. Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oc8DYy-o8GE
Kusamba Traditional Sea Salt Farming
How to make traditional salt in Bali
Views: 111 Yunica Sari
Thailand Trip Part 10: Thai Sea Salt Farm - Episode 84
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New Technique Produces Top Class Salt
What kind of salt tastes great to you? Salt isn't just about being salty, of course. An innovator who is known for making especially delicious salt lives in Okinawa in southern Japan. He has his very own method for producing the great taste. He draws his water from the beautiful Okinawan sea and uses evaporation to create a mineral-rich, deeply-flavored salt. Making salt by boiling down seawater isn't new, but conventional methods don't retain such high mineral content. This delicious salt owes its flavor to a technique our innovator developed himself. What radically new method did he invent? We offer more tasty details on the show. Note: Due to the strict copyright regulations of NHK, this video has a high chance of getting removed.
Views: 2181 TishoYanchev
In Lebanon, salt producers fear craft is drying up
Traditional coastal salt production was once popular in Lebanon, but the fully artisanal practice now survives in just a single seaside town, Anfeh, around 70 kilometres (45 miles) north of Beirut.
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Salt Farm in Rembang, Central Java,  Indonesia
This area is famous with salt farm. it is at North Cost of Rembang, Central Java, Indonesia.
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Kusamba beach at Bali. バリの塩の名所クサンバ
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Salt Production - Non Song Phi Nong, Khorat, Thailand
From an Anthropological study of traditional salt production in Non Song Phi Nong, Thailand. Film by Andrea Yankowski presented by AngiyokDesigns.
Views: 2484 Gremel Madolora
How to make traditional Salt in Bali Indonesia by Ardika Kt
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Sea Salt Farm in Kusamba, Dawan, Bali, Indonesia.swf
The Balinese tradition of salt farming dates back almost a thousand years, but is only recently gaining appreciation by not only fascinated tourists, but also by salt connoisseurs. Both tourists and consumers are willing to pay for this inefficient and archaic method of harvesting salt to enjoy both the "naturally produced" salt, as well as the unique taste that is only possible due to Bali's geographical location.
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The Saltmaker
Making salt out of the sea
Sea Salt Production
Sea salt production live in the Gulf of Thailand. It is directly on the highway south of Bangkok. Recorded on a trip to the Rotary International Convention in Bangkok, Thailand.
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Lebanon’s salt producers fear craft is drying up
Traditional coastal salt production was once popular in Lebanon, but the fully artisanal practice now survives in just a single seaside town, Anfeh Subscribe Now For Latest Updates- https://tinyurl.com/lbw8nze
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Kusamba Traditional Sea Salt Farming
How to make traditional salt in Bali
Views: 132 Yunica Sari
Salt Making, The Salt Factory at Leung Shuen Wan
A salt making video at The Salt Factory at Leung Shuen Wan
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Sea Salt Harvest  Jan 2007 VN
How to make sea salt - sea water, evaporation ponds, multiple flooding, concentration ponds, lowest wage employment - hard work, heavy loads, thousands of years traditional sea salt manufacture process - wet salt baskets weigh as much as the transporter
Views: 599 Chief Clown
New Invention - 3D Rope Salt Farm / Rope Salt Korea (Eng Ver.)
Salt Revolution 3D salt farm is 10 times higher than the traditional 2D salt farm Also rope plays a role of mud flat making the salt quality very high. Anywhere in the world near the ocean, this 3D Salt Farm will be set up.
Views: 1810 Rope Salt Korea
Salt Production Relics Dating Back to Koguryo Found in North Korea
Pyongyang, July 2 (KCNA) -- Teachers, researchers and students of the History Faculty and the Institute of the History of Human Evolution of Kim Il Sung University and Wonup Senior Secondary School in Onchon County, South Phyongan Province succeeded in unearthing the relics of salt production dating back to the period of Koguryo in the county, the first of its kind in archeological research. The group surveyed the area several times from early in Juche 101 (2012). The relics mainly consist of two parts. The findings include stone and brick structures. The structures comprise a fireplace, a combustion room and a smoke duct. Found in the fireplace are a fuel hole flanked by two ash pools. The floor of the combustion room whose four walls were built with stones was reinforced with stone and lime. Found below it was reddish earth that seemed to have been exposed to high heat. The smoke duct was found in the rear part of the room in the middle of which is an alcove for putting a round plate on. A pool filled with thick black ash was also found. This is connected with a ditch for drawing sea water and in the center is a stone structure of a certain height. Other relics include various kinds of earthenware, bricks, piece of a flat iron pot, melted iron clot, animal bones and horn pieces. The new findings have been confirmed to be sea salt production relics belonging to the period of Koguryo. Earthenware and bricks were confirmed to belong to the mid 4th century. The salinity is high in the stratum around the relics and a thick layer of ash was found, a clear proof of the above-said relics. -0-
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Salt making Uttara Kannada Karnataka India
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Countryside - Valley, salt pans etc
Village life, curca Siridao Palem batim, well tortoise
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Sea Salt Farm - Sugarloaf Key
Natural hazard threat is omnipresent and therefore gives rise of thoughts about how to be more resilient. Three years after hurricane Wilma devastated almost everything along its track, Tom and Midge started their artisanal production of sea salt.
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Salt from Seawater
Beside ECR (East Coast Road) Between Chennai and Pondicherry - July 20, 2009
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Business Edge in Cambodia
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A short aerial promotional video we were luck to shoot over 24hrs at the stunning Alila Manggis hotel in Bali! #dji #drone #aerial #aerialbali #videoproductionbangkok #designerhotels #studio8visuals #phantom #p4pro #fujifilm #ronin-m #xt2 #videopromo #promo #boutique #resorts #baliresorts #seaside #luxuryspas #alilaresorts #alilamanggis #alilabali #bali # Shot On I Fuji Xt2 Camera - 10-24mm f4, 18mm f2, 35mm f2 60mm f2.4 Production Gear I Ronin-M Stabilizer, Motorized Slider, Black Magic Video Assist & DJI Phantom 4 Pro DOP / Camera Operator I Oman Mirzaie All Rights Reserved 2018
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Sea Love Sea Salt Co.
Amanda Jacobs, owner of Sea Love Sea Salt Co., explains the process of making sea salt
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Traditional process of salt farming Yeh Malet, Karangasem - Bali
The process goes as follows: the natural sea salt is harvested by the salt farmer from the top surface of crystallized, unspoiled sea water. Then, the salt water is processed using the conventional method of salt harvesting which can give the salt a very distinctive texture and flavor.
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Jangan Terlalu Percaya (With A Grain of Salt)
This video was made by students of Campuhan College under scholarship from Karuna Bali Foundation during Documentary Video Making Workshop. In it they discussed some themes that they consider as an important value in their daily life. This one deals with impact of advertisement in their daily life.
Hawaii Kai Corporation: "The Soul of the Sea"
Written, produced, directed by Dubin Marketing Inc. for Hawaii Kai Sea Salts (www.HawaiiKaiCo.com). NOTE: There was, at the time in 2008, zero budget for this video. It was done in iMovie on a desktop Mac, with freebie footage from a visitor TV station on Maui, another Hawaii client, stock, and etc. Music as well was licensed for free by the artist.
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MY NAME IS SALT Trailer | 2014 LA Film Fest
Buy tickets here: http://filmguide.lafilmfest.com/tixSYS/2014/xslguide/eventnote.php?notepg=1&EventNumber=2686 See the full festival line-up here: http://filmguide.lafilmfest.com/tixSYS/2014/filmguide/Title/detail Directed By: Farida Pacha Screenwriter: Farida Pacha Producers: Lutz Konermann, Farida Pacha Cinematographer: Lutz Konermann Editor: Katharina Fiedler Music: Marcel Vaid Featuring: Sanabhai Pagi, Devuben Pagi For an endless eight months every year, Sanabhai and his family labor in the desert of Little Raan, India, drawing salt from the barren land. They are part of a tradition of salt farming that stretches back generations and has barely changed over the years. It is demanding work, coaxing the delicate salt crystals out of the briny earth, and for Sanabhai, everything is riding on this year's harvest. Director Farida Pacha and cinematographer Lutz Konermann witness the entire process in this lyrical, visually stunning film. Working in a strict verité style, Pacha and Konermann capture Sanabhai's efforts in a series of stark, striking tableaus. Their observational style allows the undertaking to reveal itself in surprising ways, ultimately leaving us with a remarkable record of the efforts necessary to obtain the most simple of seasonings.
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Loving Earth Balinese Pyramid Salt
This is a description of how our Balinese Pyramid salt is produced.
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Salt Making on Wrangle Marsh - Using Replica Ingoldmells Ceramic Salt Pans
These pans can be used to gradualy increase the saturation and temperature of brine in order to make white salt. We started our experiments in salt making with sixteenth century iron salt pans and arrived, via Roman and medieval lead salt pans, at Pre-historic and Roman ceramic pans. This began our collaboration with potter, Allan Hughes. In 2005-6 experiments were carried out to examine the way in which the ceramic salt pans found at Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire worked. Copies of the pans were made by Allan Hughes and a working mock-up based on Tom Lane's research was initially constructed with fire bricks. In June 2006 this mock-up was taken to Wrangle Marsh as part of a weekend salt conference. A salt oven was also made by Anvil Pottery from clay taken from the marshes. Other features typical of excavated sites such as brine settling tanks were also constructed. Brine at a solution of 10% was used to demonstrate the way in which the pans could be used to bring the sea water brine to saturated point (25%) when crystalisation of salt can take place. Links: www.aandafielding.uwclub.net - www.anvilpottery.co.uk - www.lincsheritage.org
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English News, Salt farming Adelaide City white background aussies cambodian
English News, Salt farming Adelaide City white background aussies cambodian
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In the words of family farmers: Indonesia
2014 is the UN's International Year of Family Farming and in this video series, family farmers share their challenges and successes in their own words. More than 1.5 billion people are involved in family farming in the world. For seaweed farmer Hassan Heremba Basri teaching his children everything he knows about farming will ensure their successful future.
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SEA Farmers
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Rock Salt
Sea salt found on rocks in santa ponza bay...
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