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 What to Do If You Have Added Too Much Salt While Cooking?

Answer The American Heart Association recommends the average person consume no more than 1.5 teaspoons of salt per day although the average American consumes much more salt than that. If you find that you... Read More »
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What happens when regular table salt is added to water?

Regular table salt, sodium chloride, is easily dissolved in water. This is due to the chemical bonds that hold salt molecules together, as well as the unique properties or water.Chemical BondsThere... Read More »
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Is salt added to bottled natural spring drinking water?

Salt is not added, but it is naturally occurring. The FDA defines natural spring water as "bottled water derived from an underground formation from which water flows naturally to the surface of the... Read More »
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How to Remove Salt When Cooking?

One of the worst things that can happen when cooking is to accidentally dump too much salt into the mix. While it can greatly enhance the flavor of most dishes in small quantities, too much will ma... Read More »
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Why do you add salt and oil when cooking pasta?

Salt prevents the pasta from foaming over. If you don't believe this, add salt when the pasta starts to foam - you'll see the foam get knocked down quickly. Olive oil tenderizes the pasta.
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