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In my opinion salt, or at least to much salt is not good for you. I only use salt on two occasions: (1) on my Sunday morning soft boiled egg and (2) whenever I have Chips (french-fries). These days never in my cooking.
With sweet things, I am taking it that you mean cakes and the like. These or not good for many things in the body, i.e. teeth, skin, but worst of all the diabetes illness.
What the hell, we aren't on this earth all that long. So a nice big piece of "Tiramisu" is naughty but VERY nice.
Answer: Just thinking about that cake makes my mouth salivate.
I am one for sweet tasting food like cakes, biscuits and chocolates or candies. I try and eat only little because I want to watch my weight, I don't want to end up obese. I don't like salty food at all. I like some savoury food but not all.
I prefer salty over sweet. I don't have much of a sweet tooth and will usually opt for something savory instead.
Salty, my tongue is sensitive to salt, i can't miss that taste
I'm more towards the less salty and more to the sweet side in moderation.
Ugh... hard to decide... I like both... My mouth will water from both, especially if it's something yummy
I guess, sweets is my weakness
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