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I've heard of sprinkling pepper on your strawberries but never salt on watermelon. I'm not sure I would want to do that. There are other sweet and salty combos that are really good so who knows, maybe it would work.
Not watermelon, but I have put it on cantaloupe. I really didn't appreciate that as much as some people do!
No, but i sprinkle salt on oranges and apples - does that count?
When we eat watermelon in our house, we put some special powder on it that is a bit salty and sweet. My mom calls it Kiamoy Powder (Plum Powder or Li Hing Mui). It is usually sold in Chinese groceries. We also use it for Pomelo.
No I never have, but its good occasionally sprinkled on a green apple.
I've never heard of salt on watermelon... but I do love salt on my grapefruit!!! Only because the tang of a grapefruit can be so intense... so the salt takes the edge off.
If you find you're craving salt on a regular basis you might want to make sure your sodium levels are in check, low sodium levels can create a salt craving. Also doctors have said 90% of people (American's in particular) are eating too much salt which can cause bloating, increased blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, and even osteoporosis as we age.
For a south-of-the-border touch, we sometimes sprinkle "Tajin" seasoning on our melon. It's a citrus/spicy pepper salt that's delicious with fruit.
yes, someone told me about it and I dared to try it. It's delicious!!!!!
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