SimpsonFan…. Kosher salt isn’t really a religious designation.It means a kind of pure salt, with much larger, flatter grains, and usually no additives like iodine.
It’s supposedly a better size and shape for clinging to meats to draw out the blood, which is part of the process to make them Kosher.
But very few people do that…and cooks like Martha Stewart and Julia Child recommend Kosher salt for some kinds of cooking because of the purity.
Do you think you have to be Jewish to buy bagels, or Kosher salami?