View Poll Results: Do you salt?

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  • I add salt while cooking

    22 24.72%
  • I add salt to my meal

    7 7.87%
  • I add salt while cooking and to my meal

    36 40.45%
  • I sometimes add salt

    20 22.47%
  • I never add salt

    4 4.49%
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    Do you salt?

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    I've never posted a poll before... But I was just curious...

    Do you add salt to your food? Or while cooking?

    Natural, non-refined, of course.

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    While cooking. Sea salt.
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    Salt when cooking, Redmonds Sea Salt

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    kosher salt. I'm rogue like that.

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    Final step in any recipe. Taste, and adjust seasoning.
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    I love salt. SALT SALT SALT. Salted before primal (not a crazy lot, but it is needed), only difference now is that I don't feel guilty about it.

    Mortan's iodized salt here. None of that fancy plain sea salt stuff.

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    Mostly on boiled eggs (so good), avocado and when roasting meat.
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    Most often while cooking. Boiled eggs and the like get a sprinkle afterwards... Oh, I don't season steaks and stuff until it's cooked. I should have voted differently, lol

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    Awhile back I ordered some Hawaiian (dark red) and Himalayan (light pink) sea salts that I've used mainly for taste and conversation. I've known a few people who say they can taste the difference and preferred to use these two over the bulk sea salt I have that I use mainly for curing purposes.

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    Almost never. I've found that saltiness, like sweetness, is a flavor for which SAD leaves us desensitized. My family cut way back on salt (my wife is trying to get her BP down), and I've since discovered that I can taste salt in many unsalted foods. Unsalted cashews, for example, have a nice salty flavor.
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