Victorian Pink Lake Salt

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Ingredient NameVictorian Pink Lake Salt
Ingredient Type Salt
Wikipedia SummaryPink Lake (historically known as Lake Lochiel) is a small, circular, salty pink lake on the Western Highway just north of Dimboola in Australia. Granville Stapylton, part of the explorer Thomas Mitchell's 1836 expedition into western Victoria, reconnoitered Pink Lake on 20 July 1836.The lake received its name from its distinctive pink colour. Until recently it was assumed that red algae created the pink hue; however, recent research reported by Australian Geographic describes the colour as result of a pigment produced by the Salinibacter ruber bacteria. The lake along with Lake Crosbie, Lake Becking, Lake Kenyon and Lake Hardyis are part of the Murray-Sunset National Park and is managed by Parks Victoria. Salt has been harvested from the lake since the 1860s and on average 20 tonnes a year are harvested by the Mount Zero Olive company working in conjunction with the Barengi Gadjin Land Council.
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