chilling "SALT" on food you likes it???

@Tushavi (2078)
Karachi, Pakistan
February 20, 2013 6:16am CST
hi to all well, I thinks chilling means "very much" for food items, But I like little high salt than normal, I likes it very much, salt taste is very cool, I know salt increases blood pressures & its not nice to use salt a lot, but I likes chilling salt in my foods??? I heard in Europe peoples usually don't use salt a lot??? what do you say about it??? do you likes a chilling salt on your food??? have a nice day...
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@ctryhnny (3463)
• United States
20 Feb 13
My Mother brought me up not to use salt in anything and I'm still not using salt for anything.
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@vernaC (1493)
• Romania
20 Feb 13
I like salt in most of my foods but in a normal amount. What I like too much salt is to pair it with sour fruits, it compliments each taste and I love it. But I do this occassionally because I don't want to creat my own health problems. Hope you consider the same because it's hard to have health problems these days, too expensive.
• Penrith, Australia
21 Feb 13
I agree with you. In my i childhood some people have considered salt as the most important seasoning. And it goes perfectly with sour food, i like it best o green mangoes, I bet just the thought of green mangoes with bagoong made your mouth water a little.
@vernaC (1493)
• Romania
21 Feb 13
Oh yes, my mouth was watering while typing with my respond and thinking about green mangoes. Also the soy sauce, we dip the greem mango on it..so delicious.
• Australia
20 Mar 13
Hello Tushavi! It is pretty rare I put normal salt on anything. I only sometimes put chicken salt on my chips if I make them at home. I feel a bit sick when people put on way too much salt on their food. Even if I am just watching them eat it I feel sick. Hope you have a nice day aswell! Happy MyLotting. ~AussieGal~
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
20 Mar 13
i actually more feel the food if the taste of it is salty because it will makes me full with that taste compare to sweetened foods,sometimes i eat a little bit of salts to wash my tongue from the the food that i ate such as fatty foods.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
22 Feb 13
I do use some salt in my cooking, but I am not a person that uses salt in excess. The main reason that I don't use a lot of salt is because of the fact that I grew up in a house where my father was dealing with heart problems and salt was pretty much a big no-no for him. I do like the taste of salt and will admit that there are times that I do crave it, but I also really do know that I am not the kind of person that can just pour the salt shaker over my food.
@SIMPLYD (78590)
• Philippines
21 Feb 13
I am also fond of "salty" foods . I like it more than sweet foods. I usually would make a dip of Kikkoman soy sauce with some drops of lemon and chopped spicy chili for the fish or meat i eat, speially fried and boiled ones. But i compensate it afterwards by drinking lots of water. It's a good thing, i don't have hypertension.
@Nursefrai06 (2498)
• Penrith, Australia
21 Feb 13
I can tolerate only a small amount if salt on my food, but I'd prefer salty rather than bland. However i cannot put a lot of salt as I'd prefer sour or sweet food instead
@jenny1015 (13390)
• Philippines
21 Feb 13
I could not tolerate too salty food even if it wasn't bad for the health. You should lessen the amount of salt you take as it will definitely take its toll on your health. This could also lead to the formation of kidney stones and also can cause fluid retention or edema.
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
20 Feb 13
I like enough salt to flavor my food but not so much that all I can taste is the salt.
@kokomo (1868)
• Philippines
20 Feb 13
Yes, here in our country most especially in our province most of our foods has an ingredients of fish sauce "bagoong" in our term. It was made by fresh fish and let it preserve in a months or two and then it will be an menu sauce already. It is salty because the fish being preserve was with a lot of salt. It can be eaten with tomatoes and cooked rice.
@pergammano (7755)
• Canada
20 Feb 13
I am truly hoping that you will do some research regarding your high intake of salt, as like many things, it should be used in moderation, as it does have many health consequences! I know you probably don't think so, because you are young...but it is also an addiction that is hard to break! There are wonderful herbs and spices that do not have health issues if used in moderation. Please take a moment, inform yourself, limit your intake....and live a much healthier LONG life!