Reality can not be subjective. Subjective means that there is a degree of opinionated thought into what you think about the tangible thing, which in this case is reality.
For example if two people see the Egyptian Pyramids, the reality is the Egyptian Pyramids. The subjective nature of the Egyptian Pyramids is the thought patterns and processes that a person think of while viewing the reality.
The reality is the Egyptian Pyramids. The subjective nature of the Egyptian Pyramids is what a person thinks about its reality. No one can look at the Egyptian Pyramids and say that it is the Taj Mahal. However the subjectivity is when the person viewing the Egyptian Pyramids think about how did the Egyptians construct such a work or art that is built with so much precision stone by stone. Each person will have an opinion or be subjective but the reality would be the factual accounts of how the structure was built.
Reality can never be subjective because it is not a thing built with a thought process and can not in its state be opinionated or biased. Only people have the ability to think about the reality of a thing as being subjective.
Subjectivity means that there are varied views on the reality of an object or thing. A reality is a fact that can be only one aspect of what is being looked at, subjectivity has no boundaries about the reality or idea for that matter.
The subjective element has many thought processes that go into explaining the reality. Reality cann not be subjective.
In summary, reality is tangible and is one fact, subjective is intangible with many opinions and is not factual.
In contrast to VCreator idea of reality and subjectivity, stimulation from the salt is a reality but the subjectivity is the different taste and sensation that the two people experienced while putting salt on their foods. The reality is that the two people both put salt on their food. The subjectivity is the stimulation or the different opinions that the people had about the resultant taste of their food.
Reality can not be subjective. Reality is objective and is tangible.