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.
Pasty. This is a sort of meat pie with potatoes and carrots that we have in the fall. I only put salt on things a couple times a year because I don't like salt much at all, but pasty needs a little.
For me, I try and not use a lot of salt as it does not agree with my high blood pressure. I was advised by the doctor not to use too much salt. I usually use salt on potatoes or chips, stews or casseroles, soups, and most of the things I cook but I use salt in moderation now.
I am like you with boiled eggs. I always put salt on them. I love corn and always sprinkle salt on corn on the cob. It enhances its flavor and the butters. I always need to put salt on a turkey sandwich. Something about the salt makes a simple turkey sandwich way better.
I was brought up to add salt to food while cooking so they don't need salt after woods . Tomato occasionally needs a bit of salt when on a cracker + we add salt & vinegar to hot chips !
A poached and scrambled egg must have a little salt sprinkled over it!
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