Throw them into a pan of pump water, sprinkle on a handful of bay salt, stir it about, and then take out the fish.
Small quantities of iron, lignite, asphalt and bay salt are the only minerals of commercial importance.
Common salt may be substituted for bay salt, but it is less powerfully antiseptic, and the flavour is less grateful.
My father presented him with some bay salt out of the wooden shoe which was hung on the mantelpiece.
Beat fine two ounces of saltpetre, and two pounds of bay salt well dried, and mix them with some of the heated salt.
Put into a large china jar the following ingredients in layers, with bay salt strewed between.
Then rub it with common salt, bay salt, and a small proportion of saltpetre, all in fine powder.
Make a strong brine of white or bay salt, skim it clean while it is boiling, and when done let it cool.
Winthrop mentions among his supplies, "White, Spanish, and bay salt."
Take salt and bay salt one pound each, saltpetre and lump sugar two ounces each, and powder and mix the whole together.