This mod also adds rock salt. It will generate as a large deposit that is only 1 block high, and only in rock in an ocean biome. That’s because in real life it occurs when a salt sea completely dries up. Often a lake or sea will re-form over that spot. For example, beneath the Great Lakes of North America, or beneath the Mediterranean Sea. Rock salt cannot be used directly. There will be an update that allows you to dissolve, then boil dry to convert rock salt into normal table salt. You have to get the metals and dirt and crap out before eating it.
To start with, it has cupboards. They work like a chest, but open from the front instead of the top. That means you can stack them against a wall all the way to the ceiling. Crafting recipe is 8 wooden planks, just like a chest, but instead of leaving the centre space empty, leave the top middle empty. If you place two cupboards side-by-side, they combine to form a double cupboard. Just like a chest. You can’t place more than two cupboards beside each other, that would confuse which is combined.
Trapped cupboards work just like a trapped chest. But while a trapped chest has a bit of red colour around the latch, a trapped cupboard uses exactly the same texture as a regular chest. Similar crafting recipe: one cupboard plus one tripwire.
The mod also has countertops. It has the same GUI has a crafting table. If you right-click, it works exactly the same as a crafting table. But it’s a 1/8 height slab. You craft it with 4 slabs, but all slabs have to be the same type. For example: 4 oak slabs, or 4 spruce slabs, or 4 stone slabs. The reason they have to be the same is the countertop will be the same material as the slabs. It even has the same texture, but with the grid of a crafting table applied to it. Yes, it does work with netherbrick and quartz slabs.
So if you’re playing in creative mode and want a realistic kitchen in your house, cupboards and countertops will make it pretty.