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What are some foods you absolutely must sprinkle salt on or they don't taste as good?


I have a few odd ones: grilled cheese sandwiches, bread and butter (i.e. the bread you get at restaurants before the meal); and boiled eggs.

 

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Dr Penny Pincher (drpennypincher) says

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    Efficient Admin 2 years ago

    Meat, potatoes, and carrots - sounds like a combination I would use salt on too! I love salt. Probably too much but I do try not to use it as much.

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    Efficient Admin 2 years ago

    I agree very much about eggs. I love some salt on scrambled eggs.

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    Efficient Admin 2 years ago

    Yes turkey / chicken sandwich with mayonnaise would not be the same without salt!

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    Efficient Admin 2 years ago

    I have also tried to cut back on salt for the same reason, just so it stays steady. For me potatoes with butter need a bit of salt to taste good, or I think why bother LOL

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    Efficient Admin 2 years ago

    Salt and vinegar with hot chips - very interesting combination!