But mostly, the salt adds dimension.
It's called Salt, based on the history of salt production in the area.
Rock salt (common salt, or sodium chloride) has been known for several thousand years.
It is also important to limit your intake of salt.
Salt domes also may develop from salt walls and salt anticlines, however.
Brine, salt water, particularly a highly concentrated water solution of common salt (sodium chloride).
Thus, for example, I may say “The salt is on the table” in answer to the question “Where is the salt?”
The Khewra Salt Mine, here in the Punjab region of Pakistan, is the second largest salt mine in the world.
The salt grinder works a bit differently: Two ribbed plates break and crush sea salt to whatever size you choose.
Salt is found in the salt domes along the Gulf Coast between the lower Mississippi Valley and the lower Rio Grande Valley.
One of the oldest roads in Italy is the Via Salaria (Salt Route) over which Roman salt from Ostia was carried into other parts of Italy.
Salt is an unusual food product because it is almost universal—all human beings need salt, and most choose to eat more than is necessary.
Adults would need to eat more than six of them in a day to bust their salt allowance (not counting any other salt in foods they also eat).
The interbedded salt–anhydrite and salt–potash layers are complexly folded; folds are vertical and more complex at the outer edge of the salt.
Although salt restriction may only help lower blood pressure in those who are salt sensitive, many individuals consume more salt than is needed.
Yoon's unique tip to make Korean BBQ extra special is to use a special salt (truffle salt, Japanese sansho salt, or salt and pepper with sesame oil).
Cooking salt is refined rock salt and common table salt is finely ground and refined rock salt with magnesium carbonate added to make it free-running and damp-free.
Examples include the Arab avowal “There is salt between us,” the Hebrew expression “to eat the salt of the palace,” and the modern Persian phrase namak ḥarām, “untrue to salt” (i.e., disloyal or ungrateful).
Six grams of salt is a level teaspoonful, but measuring consumption of salt is not as simple as that because 65-85 per cent of the salt we eat is 'hidden' in ready-prepared foods, not added to home-cooked dishes while cooking or at the table.
- add salt to
- (of speech) painful or bitter
Example: salt scorn
- a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
- sprinkle as if with salt
Example: the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps
- white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
- add zest or liveliness to
Example: She salts her lectures with jokes
- the taste experience when common salt is taken into the mouth
- preserve with salt
Example: people used to salt meats on ships
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