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Thread: How to make good of salt in cooking?

  1. #1
    emmy007 Guest

    Default How to make good of salt in cooking?


    Our meals would taste dull without edible salt, but too much salt in
    food may hurt unhealthy bodies. As we know, too much intake of 'sodium
    chloride(7647-14-5)' (http://www.weiku.com/chemicals/7647-14-5.html),
    one main element in salt, may lead to calcium loss in bodies, that is
    why many people take calcium capsules everyday.
    How to make a good control of salt when we do cooking? It's better to
    add salt into cooking food as little as possible. At the very start, you
    can control salt quantity with a beer cap which limit salt within 10
    grams per day; then change measuring object into something smaller. A
    toothpaste cap is good choice. It can limit salt within 4.5 grams per
    day.
    Take place of some cooking salt into other sauces, such as Soya sauce,
    sesame sauce, ginger, garlic and spices, etc. Gradually, you would get
    used to meals without too much sodium chloride.




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    emmy007

  2. #2
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: How to make good of salt in cooking?

    On 9/30/2011 5:04 AM, emmy007 wrote:
    > Our meals would taste dull without edible salt, but too much salt in
    > food may hurt unhealthy bodies. As we know, too much intake of 'sodium
    > chloride(7647-14-5)' (http://www.weiku.com/chemicals/7647-14-5.html),
    > one main element in salt, may lead to calcium loss in bodies, that is
    > why many people take calcium capsules everyday.
    > How to make a good control of salt when we do cooking? It's better to
    > add salt into cooking food as little as possible. At the very start, you
    > can control salt quantity with a beer cap which limit salt within 10
    > grams per day; then change measuring object into something smaller. A
    > toothpaste cap is good choice. It can limit salt within 4.5 grams per
    > day.
    > Take place of some cooking salt into other sauces, such as Soya sauce,
    > sesame sauce, ginger, garlic and spices, etc. Gradually, you would get
    > used to meals without too much sodium chloride.
    >


    Apart from the therapeutic addition of sodium iodide and also anticaking
    agents, "edible salt" (or table salt) *is* sodium chloride. Soy sauce
    (shoyu) does contain large quantities of sodium chloride and "replacing"
    salt with spices has never worked for me.


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    James Silverton, Potomac

    I'm *not* [email protected]

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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: How to make good of salt in cooking?

    On Sep 30, 2:04*am, emmy007 <emmy007.8cb8f28.120...@foodbanter.com>
    wrote:
    > Our meals would taste dull without edible salt, but too much salt in
    > food may hurt *unhealthy bodies.
    >
    > --
    > emmy007


    But it won't hurt healthy bodies??

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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: How to make good of salt in cooking?

    On Sep 30, 9:11*am, Chemo the Clown <bhansen1...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On Sep 30, 2:04*am, emmy007 <emmy007.8cb8f28.120...@foodbanter.com>
    > wrote:
    >
    > > Our meals would taste dull without edible salt, but too much salt in
    > > food may hurt *unhealthy bodies.

    >
    > > --
    > > emmy007

    >
    > But it won't hurt healthy bodies??


    Apparently Emmy isn't that concerned as she is using a beer cap to
    measure her salt. At least she brushes her teeth!

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    Shahid Guest

    Default Re: How to make good of salt in cooking?


    Thank you emmy007 for sharing your nice tip. The thing is this that if
    we want to make a proper use of salt in our food we can put little
    amount of salt in our dish and later on if any one feel less salt then
    He/She can use it afterwards.




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    Shahid

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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: How to make good of salt in cooking?

    On Oct 1, 12:09*am, Shahid <Shahid.8cc8c48.117...@foodbanter.com>
    wrote:
    > Thank you emmy007 for sharing your nice tip. The thing is this that if
    > we want to make a proper use of salt in our food we can put little
    > amount of salt in our dish and later on if any one feel less salt then
    > He/She can use it afterwards.
    >
    > --
    > Shahid


    Wow...you're brilliant!!

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