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Old Sun, Sep-03-17, 05:16
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Has Salt Gotten An Unfair Shake?

Information from both The Salt Fix and the new PURE study.
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Old Mon, Sep-04-17, 07:17
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I am one of the few people who don't like a salty taste, so I rarely salt my food at the table and use very little in cooking. If I'm eating out, I can't order soup, because their soup is usually too salty for my taste. I do, however, have high blood pressure, regardless.

I love green onions dipped in salt! And I can't eat eggs or tomatoes without salt.
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Old Mon, Sep-04-17, 07:40
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I saw Meme's salt well on this thread and was reminded that I use salt very differently than most of my family and friends. I'm the only one I know that has salt in an open container ready to use, esp, in cooking - never measured. Someone also mentioned dipping vegetables in salt, same here - cuce chips last night when I was too lazy to make a proper salad

It look like my little china dish needs some cleaning from all the dipping and messing fingers going back in for more. I figure salt is a pretty good anti bacterial so I don't mind much...

Eat. More. Salt.
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Old Mon, Sep-04-17, 07:46
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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Tried dipping my celery in salt & went back for more! It's good. Now I'll have to try the green onions.
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